An Ada County Sheriff's deputy tried to pull over a motorist for expired registration just before 4 a.m. on Jan. 24, 2017, in Kuna. The vehicle sped away and during the pursuit, and after a couple minutes the deputy reported shots fired. He stops the high-speed pursuit and follows at a safer distance. The suspect who fired on the deputy was later identified as Ramon Milanez.
Police are still in the early stages of investigation, but Eugene Smith, Boise Police deputy chief of operations, speaks to media about what officers know now about the shooting on South Wild Phlox Way near Cole Road.
Meridian police are looking for a white car believed to be involved in a hit-and-run that injured a 15-year-old near Mountain View High on Nov. 6. About 41 seconds into the video, the suspect's white car enters the crosswalk, swerves and continues south.
Ada County Sheriff Stephen Bartlett says a $1 million grant awarded to his office will be used for additional staff working to ease overcrowding at the county jail. The money was awarded through the MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge.
Canyon County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell summarized the events of the past several days that led to the discovery of three bodies in a home on KCID Road near Caldwell. In the latest news, Dashiell said the property owner, Gerald Michael Bullinge
Do you recognize this man? He is a drifter known as Bob Evans who died in a California prison in 2010 after killing his girlfriend. Recently, New Hampshire police connected him to five unsolved homicides, including his young daughter. Evans may have been in Eastern Idaho in the late 1980s. This video shows a Contra Costa Sheriff's Office detective interviewing Evans about the disappearance of his girlfriend in 2002.
Canyon County Sheriff's deputies on Monday discovered 3 decomposing bodies outside a property on Kcid Road. Later in the day, there continued to be a heavy police presence in the area as officials worked to identify the bodies.
An alleged bike thief was caught by police after posting about his crimes on a Facebook Live video, where he can be seen pedaling a bicycle down Interstate 84 near Mountain Home. In the 21-minute, expletive-laden video, he talks about running away from the police and eluding capture.