On Tuesday, members of the Boise Police Neighborhood Contact Officer Unit began searching for a suspect who had been arrested in late September on drug-related charges but had failed to appear for court. The suspect, identified as 18-year-old Isaac Shaw, now had a felony warrant for his arrest. The case was adopted by the United States Marshals Greater Idaho Fugitive Task Force, which is comprised of officers from several local law enforcement agencies throughout the state.
Shaw was located driving a vehicle in Kuna on Wednesday night by an Ada County Sheriff’s Office deputy. The deputy, as part of the US Marshals GIF Task Force, attempted to pull the vehicle over on the 1700 block of Rosedust Drive, but the driver drove away at a high rate of speed estimated to be in excess of 80 miles per hour. The suspect vehicle lost control at the roundabout at the intersection of Amity and Robinson Road and deputies performed a PIT maneuver to stop the suspect. Shaw was taken into custody without further incident. A search of the vehicle revealed plastic baggies of methamphetamine and heroin, as well as a loaded rifle. Shaw was booked into the Ada County Jail for two felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver charges, as well felony fleeing and felony failure to appear.
Arrested: Isaac A. Shaw, 18, Boise
Charged: Flee or Attempt to Elude a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle (F), Failure to Appear (F), Possession of a Controlled Substance With Intent to Deliver (F)- Two Counts, Juvenile Failure to Appear (m)
The investigation remains ongoing and further charges may be pending.