Garden City cops report finding 11 syringes, meth during traffic stop

Garden City cops report finding 11 syringes, meth during traffic stop

Credit: Ada County Sheriff's Office

Kyle Todd, Amy Fellom, Joshua Dutil (L-R)

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by KTVB.COM

KTVB.COM

Posted on June 21, 2013 at 9:43 AM

Updated Saturday, Dec 21 at 7:07 PM

GARDEN CITY -- A Garden City woman, Boise man, and a man from Washington state are behind bars after police report finding a stash of syringes, meth, pot, and other paraphernalia during a traffic stop early Friday morning.

The traffic stop happened at approximately 12:20 a.m. near Memorial Parkway and Adams Street.

Police say that's when they noticed 28-year-old Kyle Todd was driving a Ford Focus which had a burned out brake light -- a safety issue.

The officer who stopped Todd's car reportedly observed "exceptionally nervous" behavior on behalf of Todd and his passengers, including 32-year-old Amy Fellom of Garden City, and 32-year-old Joshua Dutil from Washington State.

Police say the suspicious behavior included trying to hide a backpack.

They say a police K-9 was eventually called to the scene and "alerted" on the vehicle.

A subsequent search of the car turned up 11 syringes, a scale, a gram of methamphetamine, and 4 grams of marijuana, according to police.

Dutil, Fellom, and Todd remain in the Ada County jail on felony drug charges.

They're scheduled to be arraigned Friday afternoon.

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