Boise Police Officer Suspended Following Arrest


By Paul Johnson

UPDATE 10:00 AM - An additional charge has been filed against the officer currently suspended following an arrest. The charge is felony Assault or Battery upon certain personnel. The additional charge involves an employee of the Ada County Sheriff's Office and occurred during the investigation.

Boise, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - A 43 Year old Boise Police Officer has been suspended after he was arrested early this Friday morning for domestic violence. According to the Police department, the incident occurred at an east Boise home shortly before 5am. The arrest was made by an Ada County Sheriff’s deputy. Gary Miller of Boise will be suspended from duty which means all of his police powers have been suspended pending an internal department investigation. Miller has been charged with misdemeanor Assault, Domestic Violence. He has been a Boise Police officer for 16 years and was assigned to the Bench Patrol Division. In addition to criminal proceedings, Miller is subject to an internal investigation regarding applicable policies of the Police Department. According to a statement from the department, “The Boise Police Department demands the highest professional conduct from its officers, both on and off duty, which includes conformance to laws.”

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