Boise police arrested three people Tuesday night after serving warrants at two homes near the intersection of Roosevelt and Camas streets as part of a monthlong investigation of drug trafficking.
At one residence, officers found 110 grams of methamphetamine, believed to have belonged to Ashley Lindley, 30, of Boise, police said in a Thursday afternoon news release. In a different part of that home, officers found 70 grams of meth believed to belong to Samual Kleint, 34, of Fruitland, police said.
Officers served another search warrant at a second home in the area, leading to the discovery of about 45 grams of meth. Police say they found a Boise woman attempting to flush narcotics down a toilet. Officers took Ana Ruiz, 31, into custody and retrieved the plastic bag containing 45 grams of suspected meth, according to the news release.
All three suspects were transported to the Ada County Jail where they were each booked on suspicion of drug trafficking. Lindley also faces a charge of intent to deliver a controlled substance and Ruiz faces another misdemeanor for suspected destruction of evidence.