Law enforcement arrested four people early Wednesday after police said they were found in possession of more than 5 ounces of heroin and nearly $17,000 cash.
Kuna Police were assisting the Idaho Department of Correction’s Probation and Parole services with a search of the home, near Deer Flat and Ten Mile roads, when they found the drugs.
Bradley Openshaw, 42, and Angela Nance, 50, both of Kuna, along with Kesha Holcomb, 24, of Nampa, and Daryl Elam, 37, of Idaho Falls, were booked into Ada County Jail.
All four people are believed to have been living in the home and Openshaw, Elam and Holcomb are all on felony parole for prior convictions.
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According to the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, officers found 5.6 ounces of heroin and $16,859 inside the home, along with evidence of drug trafficking, such as packaging materials and paraphernalia. The also reported found small amounts of methamphetamine, prescription medication and marijuana.
Elam was arrested on suspicion of heroin trafficking. Openshaw was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.
Nance and Holcomb were both arrested on suspicion of felony possession of a controlled substance.
Jaeron Monroe, 34, was cited for misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.