On July 11, 2023, at approximately 12:15 p.m., officers with the Nampa Police Department Specialized Enforcement Team (S.E.T.) and U.S. Marshals Service arrived at a residence in the 1100 block of S. Ada. The Marshals Service had received information that Rodolfo Reyes, 36, of Nampa, was in a residence. Reyes had an outstanding warrant for domestic battery with traumatic injury, I18-918(2)(a), from an incident on May 18, 2023, that also resulted in an Amber Alert. Two days after that Amber Alert activation, the child in the incident was returned unharmed, but Reyes was still outstanding.
While approaching the residence, officers confirmed, by visual contact, that Reyes was in the back yard, but then he went inside the residence and was not seen again. Reyes refused to come to the door, would not answer his cell phone or comply with orders on a loudspeaker to exit the residence. A perimeter was set up around the property and the Nampa Police Department Special Operations Group was activated and responded.
After Nampa Police Crisis Negotiators were not able to make contact with Reyes and he continued to refuse to come out of his hiding place, gas was deployed inside the residence. Reyes continued to refuse any form of communication. Eventually, Nampa Police Tactical Response Team members, with the assistance of NPD Tech Team drones, located the suspect in the crawl space of the home where he still refused to comply. After a continued stand off and negotiations, Reyes was finally taken into custody at approximately 10:15 p.m.
Reyes was transported to the Canyon County Jail on the felony warrant. Additional charges are pending.