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Boise BANDITS Collar Suspected Horse Peddler



Boise BANDITS collar suspected horse peddler

It's a troubling trend for Boise Police BANDIT Narcotics Task Force detectives: more teens are riding the white horse. And, evidently, selling the drug, too.

BANDIT officers arrested an 18-year-old Boise man Thursday, Oct. 29, on a felony charge of possession of heroin with intent to deliver. But his self-inflicted ordeal began nine days earlier during a traffic stop--for a possible noise-ordinance violation.

During that stop, police asked the suspect for permission to search him. He consented. They allegedly found several small packaged bundles that tested positive for the aforementioned illegal substance.

Note to stupid teenagers: If you're intent on dabbling in the black market, at least make sure that killer sound system of yours isn't violating the noise ordinance while out making deliveries. It just might delay your inevitable transition from high-school playa to Big House plaything for a little while, anyway.


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