Police Blotter: 18 DUI Arrests, Identity Theft, Marijuana Trafficking Bust

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Boise Police arrested 18 men and women over the holiday weekend, each charged DUI between Nov. 28 and Dec. 2. Law enforcement were participating in a statewide campaign aimed at drunk or impaired drivers

The arrests included:

Michael Middlebrook, 46, is charged with felony DUI.

46-year-old Michael Middlebrook of Boise who was stopped after traveling without headlights before entering I-84. Middlebrook failed field sobriety tests, blew a 0.16 blood alcohol level and had two prior DUI convictions.

Jarrod Beasley, 27, is charged with DUI excessive, failure to notify upon striking a fixed object and failure to notify upon striking a unattended vehicle.
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  • Jarrod Beasley, 27, is charged with DUI excessive, failure to notify upon striking a fixed object and failure to notify upon striking a unattended vehicle.

27-year-old Jarrod Beasley of Boise was arrested following a crash in the neighborhood of South Manitou Avenue and Warren Street. Witnesses said the driver of a Chevy Blazer hit a parked van. When witnesses approached the vehicle, the driver pulled away. Beasley failed several field sobriety tests, blew a .277 BAC and was charged with DUI-excessive, failure to notify upon striking a fixed object and failing to notify upon striking an unattended vehicle.

David Gehrls, 37, is charged with driving with a suspended license and possession of meth and drug paraphernalia.

Boise Police also report observing the driver of a car traveling at a high rate of speed through a gas station parking lot, failing to stop, and failing to use a turn signal. When police stopped the vehicle, they learned that the driver had a suspended license. They also discovered a glass pipe and three baggies containing a substance that tested positive for methamphetamine.

37-year-old David Gehrls of Boise was charged with driving with a suspended license and possession of meth and drug paraphernalia.

Misty Doig, 32, and Michael OBrien are each charged with trafficking marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. OBrien is also charged with false personation and probation violation.
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  • Misty Doig, 32, and Michael O'Brien, 36, are each charged with trafficking marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. O'Brien is also charged with false personation and probation violation.

Boise Police also report observing another vehicle traveling without a headlight. The driver of the car was unable to provide proof of insurance and a Boise Police K 9 detected the odor of drugs. Officers discovered two large clear bags that contained marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Additionally, a passenger identified himself using a false name.

32-year-old Misty Doig of Boise was charged with trafficking marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Her passenger, 36-year-old Michael O'Brien of Boise, was charged with trafficking marijuana, false personation, probation violation and possession of drug paraphernalia.


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