Police: Drugs, stolen guns found in Meridian home

MERIDIAN - Four men have been booked into the Ada County Jail after police say they found drugs, paraphernalia, and four stolen guns in a Boise home. 

About 9 a.m. Tuesday, the Meridian Police Department’s Impact Team and patrol officers served a search warrant at a home in the 6300 block of West Randolph Drive in Boise. 

“During a search of the residence, police recovered three confirmed stolen handguns and a stolen shotgun. Police also recovered approximately twenty grams of marijuana, three Xanax pills, various items of drug paraphernalia, packaging material and $14,000 in cash,” said Meridian Police Department Deputy Chief Tracy Basterrechea.

Officers arrested Michael Dehaas, 20, of Boise. He’s charged with a number of felonies including possessing a controlled substance with intent to deliver and theft by receiving stolen property. He’s also charged with a misdemeanor of possessing drug paraphernalia with intent to use

Officers also arrested David Dehaas, 60, of Boise, for misdemeanor resisting and obstructing officers; Joewan Davis, 18, of Caldwell, for misdemeanor frequenting a place where drugs are used; and John McCall, 21, of Boise, for misdemeanors of possessing a schedule IV drug and frequenting a place where drugs are used.

“Officers had received prior information on Michael Dehaas possibly dealing drugs, and began an investigation in late June,” Basterrechea said.

The four are scheduled to make their initial court appearance Thursday in Ada County.

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