After seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in a Saturday stabbing, police say they've located and arrested the man in question.
One person is hospitalized, one person is in custody, and police are still searching for a second suspect involved in an early morning stabbing at a Boise hotel.
BOISE - UPDATE: Boise Police have located and arrested a second suspect in an early morning hotel stabbing near the Boise airport.
Police say 21-year-old Kyle Meyer was arrested without incident Saturday with assistance from the Meridian Police Department and Probation and Parole.
Meyer now faces a felony charge for Aggravated Battery and a felony Probation Violation.
BPD would like to thank the public for their tips to Crime Stoppers regarding this investigation.
The Boise Police Department is investigating an early morning stabbing that left one person injured.
Officials say around 4:15 am Saturday, officers responded to a report of a stabbing inside a hotel room on the 2500 block of W. Sunrise Rim.
The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
During the course of their investigation, officers spoke with several witnesses and arrested one suspect, Jacob Gibson, on a felony charge of accessory to aggravated battery.
Police were looking for one unidentified subject who was pictured in the attached image from surveillance video. He has since been identified as Kyle Meyer, and is now in custody.
Police want to thank the public for calling Crime Stoppers with tips.