UPDATE: One suspect remains at-large following pursuit, stand-off in Kimberly

The area of Highway 30 to Paintbrush Avenue near Arctic Circle is currently blocked.
Published: Sep. 15, 2022 at 7:16 PM MDT
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KIMBERLY, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — (UPDATE: 10:23 p.m.) Highway 30 has re-opened to the public.

(UPDATE: 9:12 p.m.) The Kimberly-Hansen Police Department is looking for Jeff Day; he is believed to be 5’7”-5’10”, weighing anywhere from 160 to 180 pounds, with blonde hair.

(UPDATE: 7:44 p.m.) Only one suspect remains at-large. Police urge you to lock your doors and call SIRCOMM at (208) 735-1911 if you see anything suspicious.

(ORGINAL STORY) Law enforcement has a corn field surrounded in Kimberly, trying to apprehend the final two suspects in what started as a home invasion in Gooding.

An hours-long stand-off continues Thursday night in Kimberly.

Three other suspects were arrested following a pursuit, while the last two remain at-large.

Multiple agencies are on scene, including Idaho State Police, Kimberly-Hansen Police, Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office and the Twin Falls Police Department.

The area of Highway 30 to Paintbrush Avenue near Arctic Circle is currently blocked.

Resources include a ladder truck for visuals, drones and K-9′s.

When the pursuit started, the Kimberly School District was still in session. District officials notified parents and guardians via social media, to pick up their children if they lived by Arctic Circle due to the proximity to the scene.

The Kimberly-Hansen Police Department is in charge of this investigation.

We will have more information as soon as it becomes available.