09/11/2014 13:45:34 LE099 CARSON, SALLIE BLACKFOOT CITY POLICE DEPT. PAGE 1
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: 09/10/2014 To: 09/11/2014
BLACKFOOT CITY POLICE DEPT.
Date Name Age City of Residence Counts Offense(s)
09/10/2014 CONTRERAS, ANTONIA 24 BLACKFOOT 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/10/2014 ERICKSON, JAMES SCOTT 22 BLACKFOOT 1 VICIOUS DOG
Total Physical Arrests: 2
Total Arrest Offenses:
Note: This list does not include juvenile arrests, and civil or infraction charge types.
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09/11/2014 13:46:52 LE005M CARSON, SALLIE BINGHAM CTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PAGE 1
I N C I D E N T L O G – M E D I A
From 09/10/2014 To 09/11/2014
BINGHAM CTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Date/Time
Incident #
Nature of Call Status Special Location/ Address Officers
01-2014-04611
09/10/2014 10:19 CIVIL COMPLAINT ASSIGNED N BINGHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE DISPATCHER: 8386
REQUESTED TO SPEAK WITH AN OFFICER REF TO KIMBERLY ROGERS. STATES HE PUT
MONEY ON HER BOOKS WHILE SHE WAS IN JAIL AND NOW SHE IS REFUSING TO PAY HIM
BACK.
501 N MAPLE ST BLACKFOOT MAP F600 336 CROXFORD, JON
01-2014-04612
09/10/2014 10:54 CIVIL COMPLAINT CIVIL N 1126 N 1330 E SHELLEY DISPATCHER: 8386
314 COOK, KEITH
01-2014-04613
09/10/2014 10:58 ANIMAL COMPLAINT PENDING N 403 W 270 N BLACKFOOT DISPATCHER: Z146
REQ TO SPEAK WITH THE ACO ABOUT HIS NEIGHBORS DOGS WHO CHASE LITTLE KIDS
WHEN THEY GET OFF THE SCHOOL BUS.
337 GAY, JANET
01-2014-04614
09/10/2014 10:49 FIRE VEHICLE ASSIGNED N 91 S I15 BLACKFOOT DISPATCHER: 8386
HAY TRUCK ON FIRE. 3 BLACKFOOT FIRE DEPARTMENT
336 CROXFORD, JON
01-2014-04615
09/10/2014 13:32 ACCIDENT PD CLOSED N 730 E 700 N FIRTH DISPATCHER: Z153
2 VEHICLE ACCIDENT. NO INJURIES. WILL BE A WHITE MERCURY TOPAZ AND A MANURE
TRUCK.
318 BURNETT, BURKAM
336 CROXFORD, JON
314 COOK, KEITH
01-2014-04616
09/10/2014 13:56 BURGLARY VEHICLE REPT ENTRD N 15 N 700 W BLACKFOOT DISPATCHER: Z146
REQ TO SPEAK WITH AN OFFICER REGARDING HER HYDROCODONE BEING TAKEN OUT OF
HER PURSE.
314 COOK, KEITH
01-2014-04617
09/10/2014 14:36 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE CLOSED N 479 E 700 N FIRTH DISPATCHER: Z153
RP ADVISED SOMEONE HAS BEEN MESSING WITH THE RPS MAILBOX, RP STATED SHE
LEFT AN ENVELOPE FOR THE PROPANE GAS PAYMENT TO BE PICKED UP. RP DID NOT
LEAVE THE FLAG UP, AND WHEN SHE RETURNED A SHORT WHILE LATER, THE MAILBOX
WAS OPEN, AND THE FLAG WAS UP. RP DID ADVISE THE ENVELOPE WAS STILL IN THERE.
RP WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK WITH AN OFFICER
318 BURNETT, BURKAM
01-2014-04618
09/10/2014 14:48 ABANDONED VEHICLE PENDING N FIRTH HIGH SCHOOL DISPATCHER: Z153
RP AVDISED OF A BLK JEEP CHEROKEE THAT HAS BEEN ABANDONED AT THE FOOTBALL
FIELD. RP WILL BE WAITING THERE FOR A DEPUTY
329 LINCOLN ST FIRTH 318 BURNETT, BURKAM
336 CROXFORD, JON

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police Officer Shawn Williams will receive the “Life-Saving” award for his actions that helped save a man’s life this past August.

Idaho Falls Police Chief Mark McBride will present the award during the Idaho Falls City Council Meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. in council chambers.

“Officer Williams’ actions and professionalism bring great credit to himself and the Idaho Falls Police Department and are in keeping with the highest traditions of law enforcement,” Chief McBride said. “We are proud to honor and recognize Shawn with this award.”

Officer Williams was the first to arrive for a medical call on Aug. 21. He found a 69-year-old man unconscious with no pulse and not breathing.

He immediately began CPR and continued until EMS arrived and took over the patient’s care.

Acting Fire Chief Duane Nelson stated in a letter to police administration that Officer Williams’ actions “clearly prolonged the patient’s life providing him with the opportunity to recover from this event”.

 

By Debbie Bryce
For the Idaho State Journal

BLACKFOOT – A one car rollover on Rose Road sent two Blackfoot youths to the hospital Thursday morning.
Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland said Jessica M. Cruz failed to negotiate a turn on the winding river road, over corrected and rolled the Toyota pick-up she was driving at about 8 am Thursday.
Cruz and her passenger, 17-year old Luis Torres, were ejected from the vehicle, neither were wearing seatbelts.
Cruz was transported by air to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center and Torres was taken to ERMC by ground ambulance.
Rowland no citation have been issued at this time and the crash is still under investigation.

By Michael H. O’Donnell modonnell@journalnet.com

POCATELLO — Flanked by Pocatello police detectives and Bannock County prosecutor Steve Herzog on Wednesday afternoon, Police Chief Scott Marchand shared that after 10 years, a suspect has been arrested in the murder of 25-year-old Nori Jones.

Marchand said Brad Scott Compher, also known as Ralph Roy Compher, 39, of Pocatello was taken into custody and charged with first degree murder about 11 a.m. Wednesday. Jones was killed Sept. 28, 2004.

    “Today is a day of resolution for the Pocatello Police Department and hopefully today will also begin the process of closure for the family of Nori Jones,” Marchand said in a crafted news conference statement.

    He said Compher first became a person of interest in the case in 2010 after the police received a positive hit from the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification system shared by police departments nationwide along with the FBI and CIA. The hit came on a single fingerprint recovered from the murder scene at 3617 Poleline Road.

    “With the assistance of both law enforcement and outside forensic and technical resources that were not available when this case was initiated, we have been able to develop Mr. Compher as a suspect and charge him with this crime,” Marchand said.

    The chief said advances in DNA science helped lead to Compher’s arrest.

    Compher will appear at his initial arraignment today at

1 p.m. in the Bannock County Courthouse.

    Herzog said a first-degree murder conviction in Idaho can lead either to life in prison or the death penalty.

    On Wednesday the prosecutor said he wouldn’t rule out seeking the death penalty in the Jones case.

    Jones, an employee of Job Service in Pocatello, (now called the Idaho Department of Labor) was found dead by co-workers after she failed to show up for work. She had been renting the home on Poleline Road and lived alone. The 25-year-old had been brutally stabbed, suffering defensive wounds and fatal blows by her attacker.

    Almost immediately, forensic science became key to the investigation. In a 2004 Journal story, then police Capt. Kirk Nelson said that blood samples sent to the state crime lab didn’t provide any clues and the only recourse for police was to seek DNA testing.

    “This has been a complicated case that has taken many man hours to solve,” Marchand said Wednesday. “The resolution of this case was brought about by tremendous work by many police officers not only with the Pocatello Police Department, but also the Idaho State Police, State Crime Lab, Bannock County Sheriffs Office, Chubbuck Police Department and truly all of law enforcement in Southeast Idaho.”

    Police did not release further details of the case.

    Jones grew up in Terreton, which is in Jefferson County. She was an honor student at West Jefferson High School. After earning an associate degree at Ricks College, now BYU-Idaho, in Rexburg, she moved to Pocatello in 1999.

    Services for Jones were held in October 2004 and she was buried in the West Jefferson Memorial Cemetery.

    On Wednesday, Marchand asked the media to “respect the Jones family and friends as they try to cope with these developing events in Nori’s tragic death.”

    The chief also asked members of the news media respect the integrity of the case as police “continue to finish this investigation without outside interruption of possible witnesses that have yet to be contacted.”

By Journal staff
POCATELLO – Pocatello Police Lt. James McCoy is a recent graduate of Northwestern University’s Center for Public Safety.

In a press release Tuesday, Pocatello Police Department McCoy graduated from the School of Police Staff and Command at Northwestern University. McCoy has also completed the 10- week Staff and Command program
The program was implemented by the Center for Public Safety in 1983, and since its inception has graduated over 14,000 students both nationally and internationally.
McCoy was a student in SPSC Class #362 which accommodated a total of 31 students for the ten week period.

The School of Police Staff and Command provides upper-level college instruction in a total of twenty-seven core blocks of instruction and additional optional blocks during each session. The major topics of study include, leadership, human resources, employee relations, organizational behavior, applied statistics, planning and policy development, budgeting and resource allocation.
Upon successful completion, students may be awarded a total of six units of undergraduate credit from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

The Center for Public Safety was established at Northwestern University in 1936 with the specific goal of expanding university-based education and training for the law enforcement community. The center broadened its original objective and now provides a variety of courses and programs in the area of police training, management and executive development.

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Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office                          September 9, 2014

 

Request for assistance in locating a juvenile runaway   

               The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance is locating a juvenile runaway Juan Velasco.

Juan Velasco ran away from home on June 20, 2014. Velasco is staying active on Social media. His telephone has been shut off.

New Information received is that he is Traveling between Idaho Falls, Twin Falls, and Boise.

Juan Brandon Velasco is 16 years old   5’6” tall  125 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.  He has dark framed glasses and like to wear flat brim baseball caps.

If you have any information please contact:

Detective Danielle Lundgren at 208 529 1375.

Or Crime Stoppers at 208 522 1983.

09/08/2014 14:16:46 LE099 CARSON, SALLIE BINGHAM CTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PAGE 1
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: 09/05/2014 To: 09/08/2014
BINGHAM CTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Date Name Age City of Residence Counts Offense(s)
09/05/2014 APODACA, JENAWADE 21 CHUBBUCK 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
1 AGENTS WARRANT- MISDEMEANOR
09/05/2014 AREVALOS, OMAR 19 BLACKFOOT 1 ALCOHOL-CONSUME/POSSESS UNDER 21
09/05/2014 BROWN, TYLER BRUCE 27 POCATELLO 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/05/2014 JOHNSON, ALEXANDER JOSEPH 20 BASALT 1 DR LIC-(CANCELLED,FICTICIOUS,MUTILA
1 BEER – PROCURE UNDER 21
1 ALCOHOL-CONSUME/POSSESS UNDER 21
09/05/2014 LOPEZ, DIMAS JR 21 BLACKFOOT 1 POSS MARIJUANA -LESS 3 OZ
1 DWP THIRD OFFENSE IDAHO RESIDENT
09/05/2014 SANDOVAL, NORA I 47 BLACKFOOT 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/06/2014 BORJAS-YUPE, SHAYLA RAE 26 POCATELLO 1 BATTERY
09/06/2014 GARCIA, ENRIQUE EUGENE 21 BLACKFOOT 1 DUI – OUT OF STATE (MISDEMEANOR)
09/06/2014 JARMIN, CONRAD DANIEL 21 BLACKFOOT 1 OPEN CONTAINER IN VEHICLE
1 DUI
09/06/2014 JEALOUSOFHIM, TLANA GAIL 23 RIVERTON 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/06/2014 KNIGHT, JANA MARIE 55 BLACKFOOT 1 OPEN CONTAINER IN VEHICLE
1 DUI
09/06/2014 LEWIS, CHARLES ANTHONY 53 IDAHO FALLS 1 OPEN CONTAINER IN VEHICLE
1 DUI (EXCESSIVE)
09/06/2014 LOPEZ-CARDOVA, VICTORIA R 26 BLACKFOOT 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/06/2014 OSBORN, DONAVON 20 FORT HALL 1 ALCOHOL-CONSUME/POSSESS UNDER 21
09/06/2014 RAMIREZ-OCHOA, GABINO 33 ABERDEEN 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/06/2014 VILLANUEVA, ARCADIO R. 24 PINGREE 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/06/2014 WILSON, ADAM RILEY 34 POCATELLO 1 DRIVERS LICENSE/FAIL TO PURCHASE
1 FAILURE TO PURCHASE DRIVERS LICENSE
09/07/2014 DELUNA, ABEL CHRISTOPHER 25 POCATELLO 1 BODY ATTACHMENT WARRANT
09/07/2014 DUGGER, KODEE LOWE 21 FORT HALL 1 CONT SUBSTANCE-PARAPH INTENT TO USE
09/07/2014 STOWELL, JENNIFER 41 LOGAN 1 BENCH WARRANT MISDEMEANOR

Monday September 8, 2014, 4:54 PM

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Advisory: Chubbuck Police Log 09/08/14

Hi Debbie Bryce,

14-C4462 On 09/03/14 at 07:55 Officers responded to Yellowstone & Evans for a report of a three vehicle accident. Ryan Richardson, 38, of Pocatello was cited with following too close.

14-C4476 On 09/03/14 at 17:44 Officers received a report of found property. A driver’s license was located in the area of the 4700 blk of Yellowstone. It was returned to its owner.

14-C4500 On 09/05/14 Officers initiated a traffic stop. Tony Isham, 31, of Pocatello was cited with misdemeanor driving w/o privileges.

14-C4502 On 09/05/14 Officers initiated a traffic stop. Shelly Skinner, 53, of Chubbuck was arrested for two outstanding warrants. Douglas Skinner, 56, of Chubbuck was arrested for an outstanding warrant. Douglas Skinner, 30, of Chubbuck was arrested for an outstanding warrant and cited with misdemeanor driving w/o privileges.

14-C4509 On 09/05/14 at 16:07 Officers responded to 4240 Yellowstone for a report of a theft. Jennifer Hoch, 24, of Pocatello was cited with misdemeanor petit theft.

14-C4512 On 09/05/14 at 17:56 Officers responded to E. Linden Ave for a report of an accident. Brittany Bower, 18, of Idaho Falls was cited with following too close.

14-C4519 On 09/05/14 Officers initiated a traffic stop. Rachelle Heritage, 30, of Pocatello was cited with misdemeanor driving w/o privileges.

14-C4533 On 09/06/14 at 14:24 Officers responded to 4240 Yellowstone for a report of a theft. Joseph Lopez, 19, of Chubbuck was arrested for felony burglary. A juvenile male was cited with felony burglary and was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center.

14-C4535 On 09/06/14 at 16:29 Officers responded to 4215 Yellowstone for a report of a theft. Maira Gutierrez, 20, of Las Vegas was cited with misdemeanor petit theft.

14-C4538 On 09/06/14 at 20:43 Officers responded to the 4600 blk of Yellowstone for a report of a disturbance. Ashley Sheeks, 27, of Chubbuck was arrested for misdemeanor domestic battery.

14-C4546 On 09/07/14 at 07:42 Officers received a report of lost property. A wallet was lost in the area of the 4800 blk of Yellowstone.

14-C4558 On 09/07/14 Officers initiated a traffic stop. Zachary Panzanaro, 21, of Chubbuck was cited with misdemeanor driving w/o privileges.For full details, view this message on the web.

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Bannock County Sheriff’s Office

Media Arrest Summary, by Name

E-911 Data Report, by Agency and Nature w/Location

Agency: BCSD Bannock County Sheriff’s Office

Nature

Date Reported

Incident

Location

City

—————

——————

———

——————————-

Accident

9/8/2014 09:04

14-B3308

US HWY 30 & FISH CREEK

LAV

Accident

9/8/2014 15:11

14-B3315

MINK CREEK RD; BELOW SCT MTN CA

BAN

Agency Assist

9/8/2014 08:21

14-B3307

360 I-15 NB

INT

Agency Assist

9/8/2014 16:28

14-B3319

670 I-15 NB

INT

Agency Assist

9/8/2014 17:36

14-B3322

ONEIDA COUNTY SO

MAL

Alarm

9/8/2014 01:20

14-B3303

310 S 4TH AVE ; COLOR TIME

POC

Found Property

9/8/2014 10:30

14-B3310

13171 SIPHON RD

BAN

Harassment

9/8/2014 19:25

14-B3323

11169 MOOSE HOLLOW RD

BAN

Information

9/8/2014 17:22

14-B3321

5800 S 5TH AVE

BAN

Medical

9/8/2014 20:31

14-B3324

197 W MAIN ST

LAV

Suspicious

9/8/2014 11:33

14-B3311

PHILBIN RD; BETWEEN 30 & I86

BAN

Suspicious

9/8/2014 13:23

14-B3312

10000 W THAINE RD; 5

BAN

Suspicious

9/8/2014 13:55

14-B3314

LACEY RD; NEAR RIO VISTA

BAN

Vin Inspection

9/8/2014 10:29

14-B3309

10255 OLD OREGON TRL; 2

BAN

Vin Inspection

9/8/2014 15:29

14-B3316

4995 E BACK DOWNETTA

POC

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———-

——————————–


Arrests

Arrest Time/Date:

15:45:00 09/08/14

Booking Number:

14-BK2979

Inmate Name:

ASTUHUAMAN, AQUILA F

Name Number:

255961

 

 

Address:

612 WEST HWY 39, BLACKFOOT, ID

Arrest Type:

TAKE

Arrested By:

S HAYES

Agency:

BCSD

Arrest Location:

BCJ

Arrest Number:

B0130272

Related Incidents:

14-B3317

Time/Date

Offense

Area

Statute

Court

Crime Class

15:47:46 09/08/14

WARRANT ARREST

WRNT

MAG

M


Arrest Time/Date:

08:19:00 09/08/14

Booking Number:

14-BK2970

Inmate Name:

BOSWELL, ADAM M

Name Number:

81422

 

 

Address:

646 WILLARD AVE, Pocatello, ID

Arrest Type:

TAKE

Arrested By:

L HAPKE

Agency:

BCSD

Arrest Location:

BCJ

Arrest Number:

B0130259

Related Incidents:

14-B3306

Time/Date

Offense

Area

Statute

Court

Crime Class

08:39:17 09/08/14

WARRANT ARREST

WRNT

MAG

M


Arrest Time/Date:

16:25:00 09/08/14

Booking Number:

14-BK2973

Inmate Name:

GUNN, JORDAN W

Name Number:

P0091875

 

 

Address:

14705 W LEA AVE, POCATELLO, ID

Arrest Type:

TAKE

Arrested By:

L HAPKE

Agency:

BCSD

Arrest Location:

5800 S 5TH AVE

Arrest Number:

B0130276

Related Incidents:

14-B3318

Time/Date

Offense

Area

Statute

Court

Crime Class

17:05:27 09/08/14

WARRANT ARREST

WRNT

MAG

M


Arrest Time/Date:

18:36:12 09/08/14

Booking Number:

14-BK2980

Inmate Name:

JOHNSON, ALEX A

Name Number:

188659

 

 

Address:

1125 ENCINO ST, Pocatello, ID

Arrest Type:

TAKE

Arrested By:

J STRINGHAM

Agency:

BCSD

Arrest Location:

BCSO LOBBY

Arrest Number:

B0130282

Related Incidents:

14-B3320

Time/Date

Offense

Area

Statute

Court

Crime Class

18:36:53 09/08/14

WARRANT ARREST

WRNT

MAG

M


Arrest Time/Date:

09:30:00 09/08/14

Booking Number:

14-BK2972

Inmate Name:

MICHAEL, MISTY K

Name Number:

141931

 

 

Address:

5164 MESQUITE DR, CHUBBUCK, ID

Arrest Type:

TAKE

Arrested By:

HERMAN GARCIA

Agency:

BCSD

Arrest Location:

COURT

Arrest Number:

B0130261

Related Incidents:

Time/Date

Offense

Area

Statute

Court

Crime Class

10:39:55 09/08/14

WARRANT ARREST

WRNT

MAG

F

10:43:25 09/08/14

WARRANT ARREST

WRNT

MAG

F


Total Arrests Reported: 5

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