BOISE -- Four people have been charged with drug trafficking after Ada County Sheriff’s deputies seized more than 200 grams of methamphetamine at a west Boise home last week.
Devin Ponte, 27, Caley Proctor, 25, Joyce Richardson, 29, and Jeremy Courtade, 38, are all charged with felony counts of trafficking in methamphetamine.
Charges are pending against a fifth suspect, 29-year-old Douglas Langley, who was arrested Monday for a parole violation. Police found a semi-automatic pistol and just under five grams of meth inside his car.
Detectives began their investigation in November after learning that drugs were being sold at a home in the 3200 block of S. Featherly Way, which is near Maple Grove and Victory roads.
During a search of the home, officers found at least eight guns and 145 grams of meth.
A search of Courtade’s pickup truck also found nearly a half pound of marijuana and 55 grams of meth.
Langley will make his initial court appearance Tuesday afternoon.
The other four have preliminary hearings set for later this month.