Boise Police and a fugitive wanted in connection to a shooting in Meridian were involved in a shootout Friday on Irving Street in Boise. The two Boise officers shot in the incident are still being treated. Boise Police Chief Bill Bones described the shooting and asked for the community's prayers for the officers.
Two police officers were taken to the hospital after a shootout Friday on the Boise Bench. The suspect is believed to be Marco Romero, who was being sought in connection with a Tuesday shooting in Meridian that injured two people.
Michael S. Dauber, 48, was sentenced to 17 years to life in prison Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, in Fourth District Court in Boise for killing friends Steven Kalogerakos in 2007 and Joshua Reddington in 2000. Reddington was missing for 14 years. Kalogerakos was missing for six years before his body was found in the mountains near Idaho City.
Treasure Valley law enforcement agencies took part in active-shooter training Thursday at Sawtooth Middle School in Meridian. The life-like drill gave Meridian Police, the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, the Meridian Fire Department and paramedics a chance to practice their responses and hone their communication in case of a real crisis. This body camera footage, provided by Meridian Police, is a glimpse at what one officer saw during the training.
An Idaho State Police trooper and Shoshone County deputy were involved in a fatal shooting in North Idaho in 2013. The parents of the man they shot, Alexander Mandarino, have filed a lawsuit claiming the use of deadly force was not justified.