Nampa police arrested four Canyon County residents on drug charges and are looking for one more Nampa resident on drug trafficking warrants Wednesday, according to a Nampa Police Department press release.
As part of a narcotics investigation, police served two search warrants to residences on the 400 block of 21st Avenue South and the 600 block of Railroad Court. During the searches, police seized methamphetamine, heroin, recovered a 2014 Hyundai Accent which had been reported stolen earlier in the week and arrested five people, according to the release.
Shane M. Martin, 41, of Nampa was charged with three counts of trafficking heroin. Shanon N. Martin, 27, of Namp was charged with two counts of trafficking heroin. Kamilla Weidman, 25, of Nampa was charged with grand theft by possession and charged with frequenting a drug house. Miguel Godina, 27, of Caldwell, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and frequenting a drug house. Police are still looking for Greg Pokorney Sr., 69, of Nampa who was issued a summons for a charge of frequenting a drug house, and has warrants for his arrest on two counts of trafficking heroin, according to the release.
Anyone with information on Pokorney’s whereabouts is urged to call NPD at 208-465-2257 or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers at 208-343-2677.
“The Nampa Police Special Investigations Unit is diligently working to target local drug traffickers,” said Lt. Eric Skoglund in a statement. “We know the dangers that heroin and other illicit drugs pose to the citizens and children in our community. The Nampa Police Department is dedicated to making Nampa a safe place to live and play.”