Boise Police Investigate Drug House, Arrest 3 for Meth Near a Baby
The Boise Police Department arrested three people after a months-long investigation into a drug house. All three people arrested are now facing felony charges. KTVB first wrote the story detailing how the three individuals wound up behind bars on Tuesday afternoon.
The three in custody are 59-year-old Jerry Thumm, 52-year-old Rachelle Hupp, and 33-year-old Jesse Lawrence Brown. The alleged drug house was on the 7900 block of Wesley Drive, in close proximity to Morley Nelson Elementary, Fairmont Junior High, and St. Mark's Catholic School.
Police were tipped off to the house by multiple neighbors making complaints. Officers were able to find out the not only was drug use happening inside the house, it was often near an infant.
Upon entry into the home police found Methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and a gun inside the home. A baby under the age of one was found when the search warrant was executed. One officer described the homes as
"Not conducive to raise a small child."
The baby is now in the care of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
Currently all three suspects are still being held at the Ada County Jail.