Boise police release description of female suspect in Monday's drive-by

One of the three people suspected of firing multiple shots into Boise Bench houses Monday evening is still at large, and police have gathered a more detailed description as they continue their search.

The woman is described as in her early 20s, with light skin and sandy blonde hair. She wore a pink hoodie with pink trim, police said.

Damon Wall, 21, of Bellevue and Zachary E. Tharp, 26, of Nampa are in the Ada County Jail on $1 million bond on charges connected to the drive-by shooting. Witnesses reported two men and women were in a car when five or six shots were fired about 6:20 p.m. Monday. Three homes were hit, but no one was injured.

Police searched the area and arrested Wall and Tharp in the neighborhood of Borah Senior High School later that evening. The female suspect remains at large.

Anyone with information about who the third shooting suspect may be is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS, log onto, or text CRIMES or 274637, subject: Tip236. Tips also can be made via the Crime Stoppers Facebook page at