Three separate traffic stops led to three felony arrests in the City of Boise over the weekend.
Acting on a citizen's report of a suspicious vehicle parked near Pierce Park and Autumn Wood Street early this morning, Boise Police discovered a suspect in the back seat of the car. A search of the vehicle revealed meth, marijuana, crushed prescription pills and marijuana pipes. The suspect also had an outstanding warrant for his arrest on burglary charges.
43-year-old Adam Fuller of Boise was charged with a felony count of meth possession, in addition to misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Early Sunday morning, Boise Police said they observed a vehicle fail to maintain its lane, drive into the gutter and cross the divider line on South Broadway Avenue near Boise Avenue. Police said the driver failed several field sobriety tests, blowing a .26 blood alcohol level. A check through Boise City records indicated the suspect had prior convictions for DUI.
23-year-old Jackson Furey of Eagle was booked into the Ada County Jail on a felony count of DUI.
On the morning of May 18, Boise Police also observed a vehicle failing to properly signal a turn onto the 400 block of South Vista Avenue. During a traffic stop, the driver failed several field sobriety tests, blowing a .23 BAC. Police also found a child under the age of 10 in the vehicle.
34-year-old Mark Day of Boise was charged with a felony count of DUI, a felony count of injury to a child and a charge of parole violation.
Boise Police were also called out to State Street late May 17. That's where witnesses said a suspect refused to leave a bar. When officers arrived on the scene, the suspect walked out into the parking lot and threw a rock through a large double paned window.
24-year-old Michael Arellano of Boise was charged with a felony count of malicious injury to property and trespassing.