Idaho: Twin Falls Chief Howard Gillette lived by a strict code of ethics, cleaned up city

In 1936, Howard Gillette was appointed Chief of Police to what has been described as a very corrupt department. Gillette made it known early in his career that he would not tolerate corruption and unethical behavior from his officers.

Twin Falls Idaho Police Officers Lee McCracken and Marvin Bond, l-R.

Idaho: Ada County Sheriff DUI arrest bookings April 6, 2014; Meagan Weybright could have called a cab but opted for handcuffs

    YOUNG SCOTT THOMAS                                MERIDIAN                 , ID        35 Friday 4/4 9:15:00 PM Meridian Police […]

Raymond Arias, Ada County Sheriff Feb. 22, 2014 DUI

Idaho: Ada County Sheriff DUI arrest bookings July 20, 2013

CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL BENDZ , 34, of Eagle, Idaho on 7/15/13 at 11:17 pm DUI by Ada […]

Idaho: State Police ramp up patrols to make zero deaths the goal through St. Patrick’s Day

The Idaho State Police, local law enforcement and the Idaho Transportation Department are mobilizing in […]

Idaho: Joseph O. Heidelberger charged with DUI after wrecking his Olds

Idaho State Police report that Joseph O. Heidelberger, 26, of Lewiston, ID was Eastbound on […]