Police Blotter: Arrests for Possession of Child Porn, Driving Through Lawn

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Michael C. Rich was charged with a felony DUI on Feb. 18 after driving through a lawn. - ADA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
  • Ada County Sheriff's Office
  • Michael C. Rich was charged with a felony DUI on Feb. 18 after driving through a lawn.
Michael C. Rich, 27, of Boise, was arrested Feb. 18 after witnesses reported a vehicle driving into a fence and through the yard of a residence near the intersection of South Vista Ave. and West Canal Street around 11:50 p.m. 

The witnesses stayed on the line with dispatch as they followed the vehicle after if left the scene of the crash. Boise police found the suspect's truck a short time later, but when they tried to approach the vehicle and make contact with Rich, he started walking away and didn't respond to the officers. They placed him under arrest and found he was carrying a "green leafy substance" and a metal smoking pipe. According to a BPD news release, the substance tested positive for marijuana.  
Jeremy J. Lang was charged with seven felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child on Feb. 18. - ADA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
  • Ada County Sheriff's Office
  • Jeremy J. Lang was charged with seven felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child on Feb. 18.


Rich, who has been convicted in Washington of driving under the influence four times in the past 10 years, was also found to be intoxicated and charged with a felony DUI. Additional charges included resisting or obstructing officers, leaving the scene of an accident, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

Jeremy J. Lang, 26, of Boise, was also booked into the Ada County Jail on Feb. 18, following an investigation that began Feb. 3, when a search of Lang's home turned up images depicting sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children under the age of 10. 

Lang was charged with seven felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child. The Idaho Crimes Against Children Task Force cooperated with Boise police on the investigation that ended in Lang's arrest. Police said no evidence suggests that any local children were depicted in the images.