Nampa Police responded to a armed robbery late Sunday night.
Adam Dees' father says he last saw his son on Monday and that his son was in a good mood. Steve Dees says Adam told him about the ring he found, but said it looked muddy as if found on the side of the road and had a broken prong. He says they took it to a jeweler and had it appraised and cleaned. Steve says Adam was trying to do the right thing and find the ring’s owner, so he put an ad on craigslist in the lost and found section.
Boise PD says on Sunday, witnesses saw Jesse George, 24, and Kevin Winslow, 26, hide several electronic gaming items and take off without paying.
Boise PD says last October, officers received a report of money being stolen over a period of a year.
John Lee on Friday declined to waive the formal extradition process. Authorities say the 29-year-old Lee killed three people - including his mother - before fleeing to Washington state.
On Saturday, officers were called out to the store on Idaho Center Boulevard and told that two women and a man shoplifted a shopping car full of merchandise.
Police say 34-year-old Bethanie Hill and 20-year-old Amelia Bass, along with a 13-year-old teen, stole from the Walmart on State Street and Glenwood in Garden City.
An armed man walked up to two New York Police Department officers sitting inside a patrol car and opened fire Saturday afternoon, shooting both of them fatally before running into a nearby subway station and committing suicide, police said.
One of the men, police say, began to run from officers. As police chased him down, another man, Fernando J. Juarez, shoved an officer to the ground, BPD says.
Boise Police says several agencies had been looking for 27-year-old Michael Chapman, who was wanted on felony eluding.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office says Brian Gail Olson spotted a group of young Iraqi students near the scenic overlook on Highway 21 south of More's Creek Bridge checking out the view.
The Moscow couple accused of allowing a man in their care to starve to death were back in court Thursday.
Police say they could tell something was wrong by the body language of the passengers in the car as they questioned them. "Certainly she was distraught, and as you can imagine being held against her will by those people, she had initially had agreed to travel with them and then it turned into holding her against her will and which led us to an arrest,” Spencer said.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says Monique Christine Martinez contacted someone in California by Facebook to kill her husband. On Oct. 17, officials say, she met with an undercover FBI agent.
Nampa Police say two Nevada men were arrested on Sunday after they apparently have been targeting businesses in Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon and now the Treasure Valley.