About the Ada County Sheriff’s Office
To protect and serve is only the beginning
The Ada County Sheriff’s Office is the largest local law enforcement agency in Idaho, with over 800 employees. That includes over 325 commissioned deputies and over 400 professional staffers.
The Ada County Sheriff’s Office is committed to giving every citizen the best possible service. Our main goal is to ensure Ada County is a safe place to live, work, and play.
Boise man who eluded arrest during April SWAT search in Garden City neighborhood is now in custody
Ada County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 31-year-old Boise man who escaped from parole officers April 26 and then eluded capture during the resulting search in a Garden City neighborhood. Members of the ACTION team arrested Shane M. Tucker outside a home in a Southeast Boise neighborhood just after 5 p.m. Wednesday. Tucker is charged with
Police are investigating what appears to be an attempted murder/suicide shooting in Eagle-area subdivision
Eagle Police are investigating a shooting that left one person dead and another badly injured at a home in the Wedgewood Estates subdivision early Thursday morning. Eagle Police were sent to report of shots fired inside a home in the Chinden Blvd./ S. Locust Grove Road area just after midnight. Police arrived to find 46-year-old
20-year-old Nampa man sentenced to 35 years in prison for 2021 murder of roommate in Star park
A 20-year-old Nampa man who shot and killed his 48-year-old roommate on Christmas Day 2021 could spend the next 35 years in prison. Dakota Travis Honeycutt can ask for parole after serving 15 years. Fourth District Judge Nancy Baskin sentenced Honeycutt Monday. Honeycutt pleaded guilty to second-degree murder earlier this year in connection with the