Nampa Police says officers were dispatched to the pawn shop, located on the 600 block of 12th Avenue.
Two groups of people could legally carry firearms on campuses: retired police officers who were employed for at least 15 years and people who have enhanced carry licenses.
Soon after, however, an Ada County Sheriff's deputy spotted the vehicle in a parking lot on Emerald Street.
Nampa Police says officers received a call about a customer trying to pass a fake bill on Saturday. When police arrived, they found Jason P. Janes had counterfeit bills as well as the supplies to make the fake cash.
Deputies urging parents to talk to their children about "Stranger Danger"
Police say bar fight leads to 2 knife attacks
A traffic stop for no headlights lead to the police encounter
Police say Douglas Anderson bludgeoned Carpenter in the head and repeatedly stabbed him in the abdomen at Carpenter's home on July 8.
Postmaster Teresa Belau appeared in court for her preliminary hearing Monday.
3 people are dead; 4 others hurt
Boise Police says a resident of Columbia Village called officers and said a fire had intentionally been set at his home at about 11 p.m. on New Year's Eve.
Deputies say the suspect filed a false robbery report
The sheriff's office says 36-year-old Seanjay Wright of Meridian was booked into jail Wednesday on two felony counts. He also was fired.
The neighborhood saw a heavy police presence with tactical response teams and bomb units. Investigators say they found guns taken Monday morning along with televisions and other stolen property in a home on Sugar Loop Lane.
One of the first in the state to use them was the Canyon County Sheriff's Office. They use a thumb-sized camera, recording when they respond to certain calls.