DRIGGS — The felony rape case against Tetonia resident Ryan Berry has been dismissed by the Teton County prosecutor. The case is the longest-standing sexual assault case in the county’s history with charges first filed in 2018.
Pocatello Man Convicted by a Federal Jury for Failing to Register as a Sex Offender
POCATELLO – A federal jury sitting in Pocatello convicted a Pocatello man on April 5, 2022, for failure to register as a sex offender.
According to court records and evidence presented at trial, Kenneth Shaye Simmons, 46, was previously convicted in the state of Utah of sexual abuse of a child. As a result of his conviction, the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) required Simmons to register as a sex offender.
Gov. Little highlights ‘Back the Blue’ investments
“I am proud Idaho is a state that openly appreciates and supports law enforcement. Our law enforcement in Idaho care deeply about maintaining strong relationships with the communities they serve, and it is important for us to also make sure they are equipped with what they need to do their jobs effectively,” Governor Little said.
Oklahoma will lose its prosecutors if we do not fund them
Oklahoma’s justice system is on the verge of a crisis. Qualified, experienced prosecutors are necessary for the criminal justice system to function properly, yet prosecutors are leaving District Attorney’s offices in increasing numbers for the simple reason we cannot pay a competitive salary.