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IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police Department is investigating a pedestrian‐train
accident that occurred Wednesday night at East Anderson and North Holmes.
According to reports, officers responded to the location around 10:39 p.m. The 18‐year‐old
female victim was skateboarding home when she came upon the intersection and a train
was blocking the crossing. While the woman crawled under the train it began moving. She
attempted to get herself clear of the tracks but her foot was caught by the wheel.
The Idaho Falls woman was taken by ambulance to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
to be treated for her injuries.
The Idaho State Police is assisting with the investigation.

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CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
February 12, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655
I.F. Man Arrested for Grand Theft
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Twenty‐three‐year‐old Siu Iosua was arrested on a warrant for grand
theft in connection to fraudulently using a credit card for more than $8,000 in purchases on
Wednesday.
Iosua of Idaho Falls was booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
According to reports, the general manager of Nicholas Moving Systems on Foote Drive reported
in January that Iosua, a former employee, used a company fuel card without permission
between June and December. The total fuel charges were $8,388.
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The Idaho Falls Police Department arrested 8 people on Wednesday.

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CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
February 3, 2015

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I.F. Man Arrested for Attempted Strangulation
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 47‐year‐old Octavino Munoz on a felony
warrant for attempted strangulation on Monday in reference to an incident that occurred in
January.
Munoz of Idaho Falls was booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
According to reports, Munoz’ arrest stems from an incident in the 1300 block of Paul reported
to police on Jan. 9. He and a 40‐year‐old female got into an argument that turned physical.
Munoz hit the woman in the face and then pushed her down onto a couch and placed his hands
around her throat.
Munoz left the residence prior to police arriving. A warrant was requested following an
investigation.
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I.F. Woman Arrested for Grand Theft
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Nineteen‐year‐old Kalee M. South was arrested on a warrant for grand
theft in connection to the theft of $2,000 in clothing.
South of Idaho Falls was served the warrant by the Bonneville County Court.
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According to reports, officers began investigating South in October after it was reported that
South had stolen miscellaneous clothing from a woman and sold it to Runway Fashion
Exchange.
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I.F. Woman Arrested for Drugs
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 23‐year‐old Michelle A. Caldwell for felony
possession of Methamphetamine and misdemeanor injury to a child Friday morning.
Caldwell of Idaho Falls was also booked into the Bonneville County Jail for possession of drug
paraphernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance in a public place.
According to reports, officers responded to the Ruth House, 3130 S. Yellowstone Ave., around
11:45 a.m. Employees stated that Caldwell showed up to the location with her two‐year‐old son
under the influence of Methamphetamine.
Caldwell was found in possession of Methamphetamine and paraphernalia.
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The Idaho Falls Police Department arrested 8 people on Monday.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208) 589‐
3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
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CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
January 20, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655
I.F. Business Burglarized
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police are investigating a burglary that occurred at a
chiropractic office sometime this weekend.
The suspect or suspects are unknown.
According to reports, officers responded to the 900 block of John Adams Parkway to Sayer
Chiropractic around 7:45 a.m. on Monday for a report of a burglary. The owner stated he
came to work to find that someone broke into the business and stole cash and two laptop
computers.
The burglary occurred sometime between 2 p.m. on Friday and early Monday morning.
Anyone with information regarding this burglary is asked to contact the IFPD at 529‐1200
or Crimestoppers at 522‐1983.
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I.F. Man Arrested for Grand Theft
Idaho Falls Police arrested 31‐year‐old Edward A. Hammer for grand theft Friday morning
after he stole more than $700 from the Carl’s Jr. Restaurant on Northgate Mile.
Hammer of Idaho Falls was booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
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According to reports, the restaurant management reported that Hammer, an employee, had
stolen $787 in cash from the register between Dec. 1 and Jan. 15.
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The Idaho Falls Police Department arrested 30 people this holiday weekend.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208)
589‐3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
Follow the Idaho Falls Police Department on Facebook!

(208) 612-8655 605 N. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 589-3091
CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
January 5, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655
I.F. Man Arrested for Meth
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 39‐year‐old Christopher V. Roberts for
felony possession of Methamphetamine Sunday night.
Roberts of Idaho Falls was also booked into the Bonneville County Jail for a failure to
appear warrant.
According to reports, officers arrested Roberts during a traffic stop. He, a passenger in the
vehicle, was identified as a person with an active warrant. While he was placed under
arrest, he was found in possession of Methamphetamine.
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The Idaho Falls Police Department arrested 20 people over the weekend.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208)
589‐3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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(208) 612-8655 605 N. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 589-3091
CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
December 29, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655

Shelley Man Arrested for Arson
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 49‐year‐old Michael B. Looney for firstdegree
arson after he set a blanket on fire at a residence in the 100 block of Whittier early
Monday morning.
Looney of Shelley was booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
According to reports, officers responded to the residence around 2 a.m. for an arson.
Looney lit a blanket on fire with a Bic lighter that caught the rest of a bedroom on fire. He
then barricaded the door and witnesses said he threatened to burn the house down.
Looney jumped out the bedroom window.
Other residents in the house used an ax to break into the room and put the fire out.
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Pocatello Man Arrested for Stolen Property
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 25‐year‐old Robert A. DeLuna for
possession of stolen property Thursday after he was found in possession of a stolen vehicle
reported out of Pocatello.
DeLuna of Pocatello was also booked into the Bonneville County Jail for obstructing and
resisting arrest.
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According to reports, officers responded to the 400 block of Calliope Christmas day around
12:30 p.m. for a report of a stolen vehicle. The owner of the vehicle, a 2002 Oldsmobile
Bravada, said DeLuna was at the residence with her vehicle that she reported stolen on
Dec. 24 in Pocatello.
DeLuna was found at the residence in possession of the stolen vehicle.
DeLuna resisted arrested. An officer drive stunned him with a Taser.
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The Idaho Falls Police Department arrested 28 people this weekend.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208)
589‐3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
Follow the Idaho Falls Police Department on Facebook!

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CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
December 29, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
City of Idaho Falls Contact:
Kerry McCullough
Public Information Officer
Office: (208) 612-8122
kmccullough@idahofallsidaho.gov
Caught on Camera – Christmas Eve Copper Thief
Idaho Falls, ID: The investment in new camera equipment paid off when an Idaho Falls man was arrested for grand theft and cited for vandalism.
Terry L. Waid, a 49-year-old male, was arrested after he was caught stealing $1,100 worth of copper wire from the Idaho Falls Power complex at 140 S. Capital around 11 p.m. on Christmas Eve. He also caused $200 in damage to a fence to gain entry into the complex.
Waid was caught the day after the new high-tech camera equipment was installed at Idaho Falls Power’s main facility. “Copper theft is a serious problem in the electric industry. Not only does it cost our customers money and put our system reliability in jeopardy, but it can result in death if energized equipment is the target,” states Jackie Flowers, general manager at Idaho Falls Power.
The public is encouraged to report any suspicious activity or unmarked vehicles at electric facilities.
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About Idaho Falls: Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but still embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, shopping, and entertainment, Idaho Falls is attractive to small and large businesses alike and consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications. Learn more at http://www.idahofallsidaho.gov/

(208) 612-8655 605 N. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 589-3091
CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
November 25, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655
Impaired Driving Mobilization Starts Thursday
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Don’t let the consequences of impaired driving ruin your holiday
celebrations. Instead get a designated driver.
The Idaho Falls Police Department is teaming up with the Idaho Transportation
Department and other law enforcement agencies during the Holiday Impaired Driving
Mobilization. Law enforcement will conduct education campaigns and high‐visibility
enforcement patrols statewide searching for drunk and impaired drivers Nov. 27 – Jan. 4.
The IFPD received $2,500 in funding from ITD’s Office of Highway Safety to help pay for
additional enforcement to support this important safety campaign.
“Our agency is committed to helping keep our roadways safe,” IFPD Chief Mark McBride
said. “We’re glad to be able to provide extra patrols during the holidays to help combat
impaired driving and help people have a safe and happy celebration.”
In 2013, impaired driving contributed to 1,425 crashes on Idaho’s highways and caused 96
fatalities statewide. Just more than 45 percent of all fatality crashes statewide were the
result of an impaired driving crash.
ITD and the IFPD offer these tips for safe driving:
• If you plan on consuming alcohol, designate a sober driver before leaving and give that
person your keys.
• Call a taxi, sober friend or family member to get you home safely if you’re impaired.
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• Promptly report drunk drivers to law enforcement.
• Wear your seatbelt while in your car or use a helmet and protective gear when on a
motorcycle. These are defenses against an impaired driver.
• If you know someone who is about to drive while impaired, take his or her keys and help
make other safe travel arrangements.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208) 589‐
3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
Follow the Idaho Falls Police Department on Facebook!

(208) 612-8655 605 N. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 589-3091
CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
November 25, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655
Accident Involving Teens Under Investigation
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: The Idaho Falls Police Department is investigating an accident
involving three teens that caused damage to the New Life Church on 12th Street.
The accident occurred sometime early Tuesday morning.
According to reports, officers were dispatched to the 300 block of East 14th Street around
3 a.m. for a report of a vehicle accident involving teens, ages 12, 13 and 14. They had
reportedly taken two vehicles, a blue 2000 GMC Yukon and white 2000 Cadillac STS,
without consent. While driving the Yukon, the 12‐year‐old teen driver lost control of the
vehicle and crashed into the church, located at 2170 12th St.
The vehicle traveled through the west outer wall into the inner wall before stopping inside
the church on the stage.
The estimated damage to the church is unknown at this time. There is currently no report
of injuries.
One of the teen’s parents reported the accident.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208)
589‐3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
Follow the Idaho Falls Police Department on Facebook!

(208) 612-8655 605 N. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 589-3091
CITY OF IDAHO FALLS
City Hall
308 Constitution Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83405
November 25, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Idaho Falls Police Department Contact:
Joelyn Hansen
Community Projects Coordinator/PIO
Cell: (208) 589‐3091
Office: (208) 612‐8655
I.F. Woman Arrested for Drugs and Battery on Officer
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho: Idaho Falls Police arrested 36‐year‐old April M. Berg for felony
possession of Methamphetamine and felony battery on an officer on Monday.
Berg of Idaho Falls was also booked into the Bonneville County Jail for two city warrants,
possession of drug paraphernalia, minor injury to a child and resisting arrest, all
misdemeanors.
According to reports, officers contacted Berg at her residence in the 200 block of South
Water around 9:50 a.m. for two outstanding warrants for failure to appear. Berg became
uncooperative during the arrest and kicked one of the officers twice.
Berg was found in possession of .27 grams of Methamphetamine and a glass pipe.
A five‐year‐old child was present in the home.
For additional information regarding this release, contact Joelyn Hansen directly at (208)
589‐3091, (208) 612‐8655 or jhansen@idahofallsidaho.gov.
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About Idaho Falls Police Department: The Idaho Falls Police Department strives to create an environment free
from crime and disorder through efficient service and valuable community collaboration. The dominant values of
the Idaho Falls Police Department are: (1) Integrity (2) Professionalism (3) Respect (4) and Trust. Values are the
most fundamental beliefs by which the organization operates. They serve as a foundation on which leadership and
management are provided and decisions are made. The values established by this department are non‐negotiable,
and are constantly held before the employees and the community. Learn more at idahofallspolice.com.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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