On Tuesday police arrested two people in Boise, Idaho for the possession of methamphetamine.
The car appeared suspicious because it was driving without headlights at around 11 p.m and police from Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office pulled them over.
Robert P Chiefstick who was driving, tried to give a false name at first but was soon identified along with his passenger, Rosalyn M. Redwood. The 45-year-old Chiefstick is from Missoula, MT, while Redwood, aged 37 is from St Ignatius, MT.
A K-9 unit found five pounds of meth that had been put into different smaller bags. The quantity of meth in their possession lead police to charge them with trafficking of meth.
In addition, Chiefstick was charged with with possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, false info to police, possession of suboxone and fugitive from justice, as he already had a warrant for his arrest in Montana. He is being held on bond of $150 000.
Redwood is being held on a $50 000 bond with charges of frequenting and possession of paraphernalia laid against her.
Neither of the suspects had any prior contacts in Kootenai County.