Boise Police Search Nets Drugs, Stolen Bank Card, Arrest

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Curtis Combs, 29, is charged with possession of meth and drug paraphernalia and possession of a stolen financial transaction card.

Following up on a tip of possible drug activity at a residence on the 7300 block of West Limelight Court on Monday afternoon, Boise Police searched the premises and discovered meth, syringes and a stolen bank card.

Curtis Combs, 29, of Boise was charged with felony counts of meth possession and possession of a stolen financial transaction card and a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jose Teron-Cruz, 27, is charged with forgery, failure to purchase a valid drivers license, providing false information to police, failure to maintain insurance and failure to appear.
  • Courtesy Ada County Sheriff's Office
  • Jose Teron-Cruz, 27, of Boise is charged with forgery, failure to purchase a valid driver's license, providing false information to police, failure to maintain insurance and failure to appear.

Also on Monday, Boise Police stopped a vehicle with canceled license plates near Maple Grove and Emerald Street. During the traffic stop, officers determined the suspect had outstanding warrants for his arrest on failure to appear for previous charges.

Jose Teron-Cruz, 27, of Boise was charged with possessing a forged Mexican driver's license, failure to purchase a valid driver's license, providing false information to police, failure to maintain insurance and failure to appear on two warrant charges.

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