Police Blotter: Computer Crimes and Injury to Children

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Apalonia Waldenmyer, 23, is charged with meth possession and 2 counts of injury to a child while Furley Chandler, 43, is charged with meth possession and probation violation.
  • Courtesy Ada County Sheriff's Office
  • Apalonia Waldenmyer, 23, is charged with meth possession and two counts of injury to a child while Furley Chandler, 43, is charged with meth possession and probation violation.

Following up on a citizen's tip, law enforcement locked up a Boise couple Tuesday after discovering drugs within the reach of two children under the age of 5. The children were turned over to the custody of relatives after police discovered a meth, a loaded syringe and drug paraphernalia.

Apalonia Waldenmyer, 23, and 43-year-old Furley Chandler were both charged with meth possession. Waldenmyer, who had initial supervision of the children, was also charged with two counts of injury to a child.

Araceeli Ixta, 31, is charged with computer crimes.

Boise Police also arrested an Arizona woman Tuesday, charging her with the use of computers to illegally obtain funds. Police said evidence indicated that the suspect was an employee of a financial institution in September 2007, when she changed information in customers' accounts to obtain the funds.

Araceli Ixta, 31, of Maricopa, Ariz., was arrested in Boise and charged with a felony count of computer crimes.

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