A Boise man is accused of having 5 pounds of marijuana mailed to his home, according to the Boise Police Department.
Investigators say they determined Tuesday that Daniel Grabe, 30, of Boise, was reportedly being sent the package.
A BPD service dog indicated to officers that there were drugs inside a package and investigators got a warrant to search the parcel when it arrived at Grabe’s home, police said.
On Wednesday, police searched the package as it arrived at Grabe’s home, finding the substance that tested preliminarily positive for marijuana. They also searched the house and found paraphernalia and pills that tested positive for MDMA, amphetamine, psilocybin mushrooms and other narcotics, police said.
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Grabe was booked into the Ada County Jail and charged with four counts of possession of a controlled substance, one count of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
His next court appearance is on Sept. 3, according to court documents.
CORRECTION: This article originally misstated the circumstances where other drugs and paraphernalia were allegedly found in Grabe’s home.