BOISE – The United States District and Bankruptcy Court, District of Idaho is pleased to announce the appointment of Lori Nakaoka as the newest Lawyer Representative. She was selected from among highly qualified applicants from the 3rd and 5th Judicial Districts and will serve a three-year term, replacing outgoing Lawyer Representative Bruce Anderson. Ms. Nakaoka joins current Lawyer Representatives J. Walter Sinclair (4th District) and Howard D. Burnett (6th and 7th Districts).
Lori Nakaoka has been a criminal defense attorney since 1993. Her practice has included all aspects of criminal defense, both state and federal, with an emphasis on appellate and post-conviction litigation. In 2000, she began practicing immigration law, emphasizing family-sponsored immigration and defending detention and removal cases. She has been with the Law Office of Andrew Parnes since 1997.
Ms. Nakaoka graduated from University of California, Berkeley with degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Oriental Languages, and obtained her law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of Law. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association; The National Lawyer’s Guild; The National Immigration Project; and the Idaho Association of Criminal Attorneys. Ms. Nakaoka is licensed to practice law in California and Idaho.
A native of the West, Ms. Nakaoka was born in Colorado, grew up in New Mexico, and spent her young adult life in California. She moved to Idaho in 1996, and lives in Hailey with her husband, Scott Montgomery, CEO of Club Ride Apparel, and their two children, Clyde (15 yrs) and Sara (12 yrs). Two more children, Haley (18 yrs) and Elana (19 yrs) have graduated from high school and left home. Haley is a freshman at the University of British Columbia. Elana is spending a gap year in Austria and will be attending Georgetown University in the fall of 2015.

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Tuesday October 21, 2014, 6:17 AM

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Arrest Time/Date: 10:48:05 10/20/14 Booking Number: 14-BK3500
Inmate Name: HAWKINS, STEVEN C
Name Number: 111345
Address: 4317 OPAL AVE; #21, Pocatello, ID
Arrest Type: TAKE Arrested By: E C Robbins Agency: BCSD
Arrest Location: 734 LANDER Arrest Number: B0131088
Related Incidents: 14-B3856
Time/Date Offense Area Statute Court Crime Class
10:49:21 10/20/14 WARRANT ARREST WRNT MAG M
Arrest Time/Date: 13:45:00 10/20/14 Booking Number: 14-BK3503
Inmate Name: SCHMIDT, DANIEL R
Name Number: P0009412
Address: D & 3RD ST, FORT HALL, ID
Arrest Type: TAKE Arrested By: M J Suechting Agency: BCSD
Arrest Location: BINGHAM CO JAIL Arrest Number: B0131094
Related Incidents:
Time/Date Offense Area Statute Court Crime Class
15:08:59 10/20/14 WARRANT ARREST WRNT MAG F
Total Arrests Reported: 2

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Nature Date Reported Incident Location
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Agency Assist 09:59:01 10/20/14 14-B3856 746 E LANDER ST; BANNOCK COUNTY POC
Animal Problem 11:50:06 10/20/14 14-B3857 5412 BLACKROCK RD BAN
Lost Property 09:35:52 10/20/14 14-B3855 STINGER RD BAN
Suspicious 20:03:22 10/20/14 14-B3859 679 DIXON RD BAN
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Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office

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October 20, 2014

                On October 18 2014 at 11:15 a.m. Bonneville County deputies responded to the 4400 block of East Iona in reference to a missing child. According to the reports  deputies arrived at the location and began searching for the girl.  A neighbor located the child in the water in a canal near  the home. C.P.R. was initiated and she was transported to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.  She was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating this case.

 

By Debbie Bryce

The case of Torey Adamcik, one of two former Pocatello High School students convicted of killing their classmate Cassie Jo Stoddart in 2006, will be back in 6th District Court on Friday.

Bannock County Deputy Prosecutor Ian Service said the post-conviction relief hearing will determine if Adamcik’s civil rights were violated when he was convicted of the murder.

    Stoddart was found stabbed to death inside the home of a relative who she was house sitting for. She sustained 29 wounds during the attack.

    In separate trials, Adamcik and Brian Draper were both found guilty of the first-degree murder of Stoddart, who was 16 at the time of her death. The teens were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

    Service said Adamcik has exhausted his criminal appeals and is now pursuing civil action.

    “(Adamcik) is seeking a new trial or a new sentencing based on several claims,” Service said. “I am asking for a summary dismissal of all claims — it should be dismissed.”

    The post-conviction relief hearing will be conducted by Sixth District Judge Mitchell Brown at 1:30 p.m.

    Adamcik claims that the sentence passed down by retired Sixth District Judge Pete McDermott is cruel and unusual, and he states that his counsel was ineffective in his case.

    In 2010, MSNBC aired a documentary, “In Coldest Blood,” that profiled the murder case and in 2013, Adamcik’s mother, Shannon Adamcik, published a book about the murder titled, “The Guilty Innocent.”

    Shannon has maintained that her son might have been guilty of many things, but she does not believe he took part in the fatal stabbing. She could not be reached for comment Thursday.

    During Torey’s trial, prosecutors showed a video recorded by Torey and Draper as they planned the murder and listened to Pink Floyd.adamcik

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I.F. Man Arrested for Burglary
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 45‐year‐old Harvey Lashley, Jr., for
burglary stealing merchandise from Shopko Wednesday morning.
Lashley of Idaho Falls was booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
According to reports, Idaho Falls Police responded to Shopko, located at 800 E. 17th St., for
a report of a shoplifter. Employees reported that Lashley stole merchandise, which
included a CD player, jewelry, knives and a couple pairs of shoes.
Lashley left the store and officers located and arrested him in the 500 block of East 17th
Street.
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I.F. Woman Arrested for Fraud

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 47‐year‐old Jerri L. Olson for fraudulent
use of a financial transaction card.
Olson of Idaho Falls was booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
According to reports, Olson made unlawful transactions of a stolen financial transaction
card totaling $580.
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14-C5110 On 10/08/14 at 13:37 Officers responded to 5210 Stuart Ave for a report of found property. Miscellaneous items were located at that location. Attempts will be made to contact the owners.

14-C5157 On 10/11/14 at 12:43 Officers responded to 4240 Yellowstone for a report of a theft. Jennifer Morin, 33, of Chubbuck was cited with misdemeanor petit theft.

14-C5185 On 10/13/14 at 14:02 Officers received a report of lost property. A purse was lost in the area of 4240 Yellowstone.

14-C5188 On 10/13/14 at 16:15 Officers responded to Yellowstone & I-86 for a report of an accident. Jodie Kelley, 67, of Pocatello was cited with failure to yield.

14-C5199 On 10/14/14 at 08:07 Officers received a report of a theft. An emblem had been removed from a vehicle in the area of James Ave.

14-C5209 On 10/14/14 at 15:53 Officers responded to Yellowstone & I-86 for a report of an accident. Marisela Urias, 27, of UT, was cited with following too close.

14-C5211 On 10/14/14 at 16:16 Officers responded to Albatross for a report of court order. Mitchell Ruchti, 33, of Chubbuck was later arrested for misdemeanor violation of no contact order and malicious injury to property.

14-C5212 On 10/14/14 at 17:43 Officers responded to Trent St for a report of an animal problem. A juvenile male was bitten by a dog.

14-C5219 On 10/15/14 at 08:37 Officers received a report of a theft. A garbage can was removed from the area of W. Chubbuck Rd.

14-C5237 On 10/15/14 at 17:16 Officers responded to the 4300 blk of Yellowstone for a report of lost property. A cell phone was lost in the area.For full details, view this message on the web.

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M I S D E M E A N O R & F E L O N Y C H A R G E L I S T
From: 10/15/2014 To: 10/16/2014
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Date Name Age City of Residence Counts Offense(s)
10/15/2014 JENSEN, AMY KAE 29 BLACKFOOT 1 DUI
Total Physical Arrests: 1
Total Arrest Offenses:
Note: This list does not include juvenile arrests, and civil or infraction charge types.
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Friday October 17, 2014, 4:02 AM

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Arrest Time/Date: 21:00:00 10/16/14 Booking Number: 14-BK3368
Inmate Name: AMUNDSEN, JORDAN J
Name Number: P0052331 Birth Date:
Address: 4350 JORDYN ST, Pocatello, ID
Arrest Type: VIEW Arrested By: J L CLARK Agency: BCSD
Arrest Location: BCJ BOOKING Arrest Number: B0131043
Related Incidents: 14-B3818

Time/Date Offense Area Statute Court Crime Class
21:15:54 10/16/14 Assault Upon An Officer 18-915 MAG F
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Arrest Time/Date: 14:00:00 10/16/14 Booking Number: 14-BK3456
Inmate Name: Male Juvenile Offender
Name Number: 236808 Birth Date:
Address:
Arrest Type: TAKE Arrested By: LANCE HOLLADAY Agency: BCSD
Arrest Location: COURT Arrest Number: B0131032
Related Incidents:

Time/Date Offense Area Statute Court Crime Class
15:01:48 10/16/14 VIOLATION OF PROBATION 19-2602 MAG M
________________________________________
Arrest Time/Date: 15:49:00 10/16/14 Booking Number: 14-BK3383
Inmate Name: HILL, DEXTER K
Name Number: 102634 Birth Date:
Address: 1221 SWISHER RD; #8, Pocatello, ID
Arrest Type: TAKE Arrested By: D DURHAM Agency: BCSD
Arrest Location: BANNOCK CO. JAIL Arrest Number: B0131037
Related Incidents:

Time/Date Offense Area Statute Court Crime Class
16:36:09 10/16/14 WARRANT ARREST WRNT MAG M
________________________________________
Total Arrests Reported: 3

E-911 Data Report, by Agency and Nature w/Location
Agency: BCSD Bannock County Sheriff’s Office
Nature Date Reported Incident Location
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Accident 16:09:13 10/16/14 14-B3813 8004 BUCKSKIN RD BAN
Agency Assist 19:21:33 10/16/14 14-B3817 INKOM CITY PARK ; FOOTBALL FIEL INK
Animal Problem 09:34:43 10/16/14 14-B3807 PORTNEUF & FORT HALL MINE BAN
Animal Problem 10:51:22 10/16/14 14-B3811 13916 MOONGLOW RD BAN
Burglary 19:53:38 10/16/14 14-B3819 9252 CRYSTAL SPRINGS RD BAN
Harassment 12:09:12 10/16/14 14-B3812 5800 S 5TH AVE; BANNOCK COUNTY BAN
Harassment 18:38:06 10/16/14 14-B3816 17471 JENKINS RD BAN
Property Damage 09:10:34 10/16/14 14-B3806 PHILBIN & TYHEE BAN
Suspicious 21:54:27 10/16/14 14-B3821 10464 GIBSON JACK RD BAN
Traffic Hazard 21:44:59 10/16/14 14-B3820 W 2ND ST S DOW
Transports 09:42:57 10/16/14 14-B3808 STATE HOSPITAL SOUTH BLA
Transports 10:29:20 10/16/14 14-B3810 STATE HOSPITAL SOUTH BLA
Vin Inspection 09:58:29 10/16/14 14-B3809 8845 ROBIN RD BAN
Welfare Check 16:24:32 10/16/14 14-B3814 133 W FIFE ST LAV
Welfare Check 17:54:21 10/16/14 14-B3815 275 MEADOWVIEW DR ARI
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BOISE — Nathan Paul Davenport, 34, and Matthew Taber Annable, 39, both formerly of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, were arraigned today in Boise by United States Magistrate Judge Mikel H. Williams on an indictment charging multiple bank larcenies, conspiracy, and use of a deadly weapon during a felony offense, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced.   Trial is set for December 16, 2014, in front of U.S. Chief District Judge B. Lynn Winmill.

 

The indictment, which supersedes an earlier indictment filed only against Davenport, charges that on January 10, 2014, Davenport and Annable, aiding and abetting each other, broke into and stole cash from an automated teller machine (ATM) located at the Idaho First Bank in McCall, Idaho.  The indictment alleges that they possessed, carried, used, and discharged a firearm, specifically a Ruger semiautomatic rifle, in connection with the offense. The rifle was used to shoot at pursuing police officers.  The indictment additionally charges both men with individual ATM larcenies committed against Idaho Banking Company in Boise and Meridian on January 5, 2014.  The indictment also alleges conspiracy to commit a string of ATM larcenies in December, 2013 and January, 2014, which occurred in Wyoming; Colorado; Utah; Boise and Meridian, Idaho; and finally cumulated with the ATM theft in McCall, Idaho.  Forfeiture allegations are also filed for the purpose of forfeiting firearms connected with the crimes and proceeds of the crimes.

 

 

Davenport and Annable were arrested without incident on January 12, 2014, in Orem, Utah, in connection with a separate ATM robbery in Wyoming.  The two men have been in custody on Wyoming charges, prior to being transported to Boise.  In the District of Wyoming, both men pleaded guilty to single counts of ATM Theft and Aiding and Abetting and each received a fourteen month prison sentence. 

 

The charge of bank larceny by use of a dangerous weapon as charged in the Idaho indictment is punishable by up to 25 years in prison, a maximum fine of $250,000, and up to five years of supervised release.  The charge of use of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony offense is punishable by a mandatory minimum of ten years up to life imprisonment, a maximum fine of $250,000, and up to five years supervised release.  The charge of bank larceny is punishable by up to ten years in prison, a maximum fine of $250,000, and up to three years of supervised release.  The charge of conspiracy to commit bank larceny is punishable by up to five years in prison, a maximum fine of $250,000, and up to three years of supervised release.

 

The case is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Idaho State Police, the Valley County Sheriff’s Office, and the McCall Police Department.

 

Indictments and complaints are a means of charging a person with criminal activity.  They are not evidence.  The person is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

 

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Wednesday October 15, 2014, 6:55 AM

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Arrest Time/Date: 09:45:00 10/14/14 Booking Number: 14-BK3437
Inmate Name: BARCLAY, JEREMY L
Name Number: P0031009 Birth Date: 08/02/81
Address: 3960 SUNNYSIDE AVE, Pocatello, ID
Arrest Type: TAKE Arrested By: BOB MUSETTI Agency: BCSD
Arrest Location: 624 E CENTER Arrest Number: B0130980
Related Incidents:
Time/Date Offense Area Statute Court Crime Class
12:31:16 10/14/14 Out of County Housing HOUS F
Total Arrests Reported: 1

Bannock County Sheriff’s Office
E-911 Data Report, by Agency and Nature w/Location

Nature Date Reported Incident Location
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Accident 20:15:52 10/14/14 14-B3791 HWY 91; MP 30 BAN
Child Protectio 10:30:00 10/14/14 14-B3785 LAVA HOT SPRINGS
Community Serv 15:47:09 10/14/14 14-B3787 213 W FIFE ST; LAVA ELEMENTARY LAV
Community Serv 15:47:48 10/14/14 14-B3788 213 W FIFE ST; LAVA ELEMENTARY LAV
Disturbance 21:15:40 10/14/14 14-B3792 338 W FIFE ST LAV
Fraud 16:17:10 10/14/14 14-B3789 MCCAMMON MCM
Harassment 15:03:20 10/14/14 14-B3786 2973 PORTNEUF RD BAN
Information 07:20:27 10/14/14 14-B3783 5800 S 5TH AVE; BANNOCK COUNTY BAN
Information 17:27:40 10/14/14 14-B3790 BATISTIE BAN
Transports 09:50:18 10/14/14 14-B3784 STATE HOSPITAL SOUTH POC
Unsecure Premis 01:19:02 10/14/14 14-B3782 OLD FLYING J MCM
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