What started as a driver going down the wrong way on a one-way street ended with a Boise man behind bars charged with possession with intent to deliver.
Boise Police said they observed a vehicle driving the wrong way on Front Street Sept. 18 and after conducting a traffic stop, they said the driver provided false identification. A check through Boise City Records indicated the suspect had two outstanding felony warrants for his arrest. A search of the suspect revealed two plastic baggies containing 5 grams of marijuana and a Boise Police K-9 alerted law enforcement to the likely presence of drugs in the vehicle. Police said they discovered digital scales and packaging materials in the car.
19-year-old Andrew Stowell of Boise was charged with felony counts of probation violation and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and a misdemeanor count of providing false information to police.
Early this morning, Boise Police say they spotted another vehicle failing to maintain its lane and speeding on Cole Road. During a traffic stop, the driver failed several field sobriety tests and a Boise POlice K-9 alerted police of the likely presence of drugs in the vehicle. A search revealed Oxycodone pills and items used to ingest controlled substances.
23-year-old Jeffrey Booher of Boise was charged with a felony count of illegal possession of Oxycodone, DUI and possession of drug paraphenalia.