Hailey resident Sergio Diaz-Rodriguez was sentenced to three years of supervised probation on May 11 for witness intimidation; three days later, he was taken back into custody by the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office for violating probation by allegedly possessing methamphetamine during a routi…
Drivers can expect extra Idaho State Police patrolling statewide this weekend, looking for impaired drivers. Beginning on Wednesday, ISP increased its patrol on state highways and roads and will continue the heightened patrol through July 7 in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road.
A Ketchum man has been sentenced on two misdemeanors after a felony charge was amended to a lesser charge by the Blaine County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
After nearly two years of legal conferences with affected parties, the man who ignited a wildfire that burned nearly 65,000 acres from the Little Wood Reservoir north of Carey to the southern slopes of Swede Peak in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area in 2018 was sentenced on Monday.
A Hailey man was detained during a traffic stop on June 3 and faces two separate felony cases, one for a felony drug trafficking charge and a second for being a fugitive in Idaho, with active warrants out of Nevada.
Idaho State Police has wrapped its investigation into former Hailey Police Chief Jeff Gunter and handed off to the Blaine County Prosecutor’s Office, which will decide whether to pursue charges.
The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office announced four department promotions at the end of May. From left to right, the patrol promotions are Captain Bryan Carpita, Corporal Dina Mitma, Lieutenant Fabrizio Lizano and Sergeant Philip Rummel. In a post on Facebook, the Sheriff’s Office wished congr…
In accordance with an Idaho Supreme Court decision handed down last year, a charge of felony DUI has been dismissed for a Hailey man due to a violation of his Fourth Amendment protection against unlawful searches and seizures.
As protests unfolded Tuesday night in Ketchum, Hailey and Bellevue, law enforcement officers joined fellow community members in taking a knee to honor the lives of black Americans killed at the hands of police officers across the country.
A Ketchum man has been charged with felony operating a vehicle without owner’s consent and misdemeanor DUI following an alleged incident that occurred on May 30.
A Bellevue woman has been sentenced to 180 days in jail, with 39 days credited for time served, and five years of probation after pleading guilty to one count of felony stalking in the first degree.
A Carey man has been sentenced to a retained jurisdiction, also known as a rider, following a guilty plea to a felony DUI charge in February.