State Police Investigating Two Accidents: One Cliffhanger, One Road Rage Wreck


Local law enforcement is on the lookout for the driver of a white Mazda SUV, wanted in connection with an alleged road rage incident near the Flying WYE of Interstate 84 Saturday, June 29 at approximately 2:15 p.m.

According to witnesses, three vehicles were involved in the incident near milepost 49 of I-84.

When two of the three vehicles collided, ultimately blocking eastbound traffic on I-84, witnesses said an unidentified driver of the white Mazda SUV pulled over, taunted one of the drivers and fled the scene.

The two drivers involved in the wreck were wearing their seatbelts.

Anyone with information is asked to call the ISP District 3 patrol office at 846-7520.

Later in the day, Idaho State Police were called to the scene of a one-vehicle injury crash on Bogus Basin Road near milepost 13 in Boise County.

Nineteen-year-old Tevin Cooper, of Prineville, Ore., was transported via air ambulance to St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center after his car rolled multiple times when he failed to negotiate a curve driving south on Bogus Basin Road. His car rolled 90 feet below the road before crashing into a tree. A passenger in the vehicle was treated and released at the scene. Bogus Basin Road for closed through much of the evening while the rescue and investigation continued past sundown.