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HCNS BROADCAST # 156 (13OCT19)
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES, GNARLY BEARD, JAMES FREEMAN, & JOHN FILAX : https://youtu.be/HGzsIXWB4A4
HCNS BROADCAST # 144 (11SEPT19)
THE IDAHO FALLS IDAHO POLICE DEPARTMENT ARRESTS A MAN : https://youtu.be/A7kfAbBVTxk
IFPD CASE # 2019-00006044 ⚖️🇺🇸🚔⚖️🇺🇸🚔⚖️
THE 22FEB19 ARREST OF CODY MILLER WILLIAMS.
THE IDAHO FALLS IDAHO POLICE DEPARTMENT
605 North Capital Avenue,
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
IFPD WEBSITE –
https://www.idahofallsidaho.gov/153/Police-Department
IFPD PHONE NUMBER –
(208) 529-1200 (same # as the BCSO)
GOOGLE MAPS LINK –
https://goo.gl/maps/AQ57zMDnF3uXD9dAA
THE IDAHO FALLS IDAHO POLICE DEPARTMENT POLICY MANUAL. ⚖️🇺🇸🚔⚖️ –
https://drive.google.com/file/d/17auCys3QfUzzWsS4frYaiajBF-SzNLvF/view?usp=drivesdk
THE BONNEVILLE COUNTY IDAHO SHERIFF’S OFFICE
605 North Capital Avenue,
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
BCSO WEBSITE –
http://bonnevillesheriff.com/
BCSO PHONE NUMBER –
(208) 529-1200 (same # as the IFPD)
GOOGLE MAPS LINK –
https://goo.gl/maps/8jjArdp86FHLxbv9A
IDAHO STATE STATUTE # 18-705
( Idaho “Resisting/Obstructing An Officer” Law )
TITLE 18
CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
CHAPTER 7
ARRESTS AND SEIZURES OF PERSONS OR PROPERTY RESISTING AND OBSTRUCTING OFFICERS –
Every person who wilfully resists, delays or obstructs any public officer, in the discharge, or attempt to discharge, of any duty of his office or who knowingly gives a false report to any peace officer, when no other punishment is prescribed, is punishable by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), and imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one (1) year. ⚖️🇺🇸🚔⚖️🇺🇸🚔⚖️🇺🇸🚔

HCNS BROADCAST # 104 (01JUN19) – IDAHO FALLS IDAHO POLICE DEPARTMENT – CASE # 2018-00047316 : https://youtu.be/FKtQSByXaoY
HCNS BROADCAST # 103 (28MAY19) – IDAHO FALLS IDAHO POLICE DEPARTMENT
CASE # 2018-00047316 :

HCNS BROADCAST # 102 (26MAY19) – IDAHO FALLS IDAHO POLICE DEPARTMENT – CASE # 2018-00047316 : https://youtu.be/Mmva_1t2olo
THE SEIZURE & SEARCH DEBATE PART 23
THE IFPD ARREST OF AMY M. MCCAMMON,
FOR A SEATBELT INFRACTION :

THE SEIZURE & SEARCH DEBATE PART 22 –
THE IFPD ARREST OF AMY M. MCCAMMON, FOR A SEATBELT INFRACTION :

FACEBOOK PAGE FOR AMY MARIE McCAMMON (Age 34), a resident of Idaho Falls, ID :
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100032302845121
YOUTUBE – A.Citizen WithNoJustice:

YOUTUBE – Virginia Community Watch:

HORIZON CITY NEWS SERVICE FACEBOOK POST (24JAN19) – THE SEIZURE & SEARCH DEBATE – PART 5 :

YOUTUBE -THE SEIZURE & SEARCH DEBATE PART 22 – THE IFPD ARREST OF AMY M. MCCAMMON, FOR A SEATBELT INFRACTION. …

Posted by Andrei K. Lagergren on Wednesday, January 23, 2019

HCNS RECORDS UPDATE
THE SEIZURE & SEARCH DEBATE PART 5
(IFPD CASE # 2018-00047316)

THE SEIZURE & SEARCH DEBATE – PART 5
(IDAHO FALLS, ID – EDITION # 1) ⚖️🇺🇸🚔📽🎥

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EastIdahoNews.com and Ashley Furniture HomeStore are teaming up every week to bring you some good news during Feel Good Friday!

We want to thank people in our community with random acts of kindness and leave you feeling good.

Recently we received an email from Julie, a woman who had a special experience at Smitty’s Pancake & Steak House in Idaho Falls. Part of it read:

My mother-in-law has Stage 4 lung cancer and is entering her final stages. One of her bucket list items was to have a family get together at one of the few restaurants she enjoys eating at.

She wanted to go to Smitty’s Pancake and Steakhouse, so we called in advance to see if we needed reservations for our large group. The young girl on the phone told me that normally they don’t take reservations on the weekend, but would do everything they could to get us seated as quickly as possible.

When we arrived the girls at the counter made us feel welcome from the start and made sure to inform the manager that we were there and what our request was…Our server was Maddie – a young lady with a great attitude. She kept the coffee flowing the entire time we were there and cheerfully tended to additional requests promptly. Although we couldn’t see the kitchen crew, we knew they were working hard to not only fill our orders along with all the other orders coming in.

The entire staff worked hard to not just treat us like we were the only ones in the house, but the other customers the same way…Between the good food and the service we received, mom’s day out was a success and she wants to be sure that others know how Smitty’s, the owners and staff, made her Bucket List Wish memorable.

We agreed with Julie and decided to thank Maddie for her kindness. Watch the video above to see the surprise!

Get more at EastIdahoNews.com

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Authorities in Kootenai County are urging people to make the switch to an upgraded ID sooner rather than later. The change in the law comes next October.

Call for a free consultation 208-376-LAW1.
www.boisecriminaldefensefirm.com

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IDAHO FALLS — Frank and Belinda VanderSloot are spending another $500,000 to defend Idahoans against aggressive tactics by medical debt collectors.

The Melaleuca CEO made the announcement Thursday afternoon, bringing the total amount the couple is spending to $1 million.

“We’ve been blessed beyond any amount that anybody should be blessed with and way beyond what we deserve,” Frank VanderSloot said in an interview with EastIdahoNews.com. “We’ve got these resources and want to try to help some of these people out.”

In April, the VanderSloots announced they were establishing a $500,000 fund called Idaho Medical Debt after EastIdahoNews.com posted a series of reports about Medical Recovery Services (MRS), a medical debt collection company based in Idaho Falls. MRS, and its representing law firm Smith, Driscoll & Associates, are owned by Bryan Smith. Smith employs Bryan Zollinger, a Republican Idaho State Representative representing District 33. The agency has been accused of being aggressive and unethical in their debt collection practices.

RELATED | VanderSloots create $500,000 fund to defend Idahoans against excessive tactics by medical debt collectors

Since starting the fund, VanderSloot says 483 people have reached out for help and Idaho Medical Debt agreed to take on 140 cases. So far 35 have settled “very favorable to the patients” but 105 cases are still open.

“Most of these people have been playing defense and in just a few weeks, many are going to go on the offensive and start suing the collection agency for their tactics,” VanderSloot said. “We’ve burned through about $400,000 of the original $500,000. We need to carry this through to fruition and we’re going to.”

VanderSloot said the vast majority of “troublesome” cases involve MRS but a handful deal with other collection agencies. The CEO said the same stories have been shared “over and over” of patients never receiving a bill, being told they don’t need to show up in court and having attorney fees drastically larger than the original medical bill.

In previous statements to EastIdahoNews.com Smith has denied the allegations against him.

VanderSloot said he plans to ask the Idaho legislature to pass meaningful laws that protect Idaho’s citizens from unsavory practices related to medical debt. Details of the legislation will be announced next week and the VanderSloots anticipate donating additional money to lead a consumer advocacy and education campaign throughout the state.

Idaho Medical Debt still wants to hear from people who have been treated unfairly by any collection company in eastern Idaho. You can confidentially call (208) 534-2208, email idahomedicaldebt@gmail.com or post on the Idaho Medical Debt Facebook page to seek assistance.

EastIdahoNews.com has reached out to Bryan Smith for a response to VanderSloot’s new announcement.

When the original $500,000 fund was announced, Smith said, “In representing the interests of our clients, we always ensure to follow all applicable rules, regulations and statutes — as well as our professional ethical obligations. When collecting owed debts – earned by medical professionals — our practices are fully supported by the applicable laws of our highly regulated industry, and the court determines post-judgment fees on a case-by-case basis.”

Watch the video above for our entire conversation with Frank VanderSloot.

Idaho, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, and North Dakota are the five best states in the country to be an animal abuser, according to a new report by the Animal Legal Defense Fund. The annual report, the only one of its kind in the nation, ranks all fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories for the general comprehensiveness and relative strength of their respective animal protection laws.

Learn where your state ranks at http://www.aldf.org/09rankings

IDAHO FALLS – The family of missing Idaho Falls toddler DeOrr Kunz Jr. is working with a private investigator to help find their son.

Frank Vilt, a retired U.S. Marshal with years of law enforcement experience, says he’s been conducting his own investigation into DeOrr’s disappearance and he believes the two-year-old was kidnapped.

“I feel that he was abducted,” Vilt said in an interview with EastIdahoNews.com Tuesday. “Everything points to an abduction.”

Vilt speaks daily with DeOrr’s parents, DeOrr Kunz Sr. and Jessica Mitchell. He says the couple has cooperated fully with law enforcement.

“I’ve talked to Lemhi County deputies and I’ve talked to Bonneville County,” Vilt said. “The parents are being very forthright and have nothing to hide.”

Vilt has visited the Leadore campground where DeOrr was last seen. He’s also spoken with folks who live near the area and says he shares his tips with law enforcement. Just days ago he learned something he believes may be useful in the case.

“When [the family] went into town the morning after they arrived, they picked a few groceries up and bought some French fries for DeOrr Jr.,” Vilt said. “There was a man who was staring at DeOrr and this made Jessica feel kind of eery. I’m looking into it.”

Vilt says he has interviewed people registered on the sex offender list who live in Lemhi County and, according to him, all of them were cleared.

The private investigator has set up a national phone tip-line in hopes of finding DeOrr. The public is asked to call 1-888-852-6505 with any information on his disappearance.

“I honestly believe in my heart of hearts that these are grieving parents and I want to hope that they feel like I feel that somebody out there knows something,” Vilt said.