Boise police have reopened Irving Street between Curtis Road and Orchard Street to traffic now that The Federal Protective Service officials say a suspicious package found near the Bureau of Reclamation building at 1150 Curtis Road is no longer a threat.
The report of a suspicious package was called into Ada County dispatchers just after 1 p.m. Wednesday. Police closed Irving Street to traffic and used their bomb robot device to check out the package was. Police reopened the road to traffic about 3:15 p.m. after officers determined the package was not dangerous.
The Federal Protective Service, a component of the federal Department of Homeland Security, is the lead agency in the case because the package was found on federal property.