In the morning hours of June 15, officers and agents from the Nampa Police Department, Drug Enforcement Administration, Idaho State Probation and Parole, and the Boise Police Department served two drug related search warrants. The warrants were served in the 400 block of 21st Avenue South and the 600 block of Railroad Court in Nampa. These search warrants were part of ongoing narcotics investigations. Five people were arrested Wednesday and one person is still at large.
Shane M. Martin, a 41-year-old Nampa resident, was arrested on 3 counts of trafficking heroin. Shanon N. Martin, a 37-year-old Nampa resident, was arrested on 2 counts of trafficking heroin. Kamilla Weidman, a 25-year-old Nampa resident, was arrested on grand theft by possession and frequenting a drug house. Miguel Godina, a 27-year-old Caldwell resident, was arrested for frequenting a drug house and possession of drug paraphernalia. All persons arrested were booked into the Canyon County Jail. Greg Pokorney Sr., a 69-year-old Nampa resident, was issued a summons on a charge of frequenting a drug house.
Police are still looking for Greg Pokorney, a 45-year-old Nampa resident. He has warrants for his arrest on two counts of trafficking heroin. Anyone with information about Pokorney’s location is asked to contact the Nampa Police Department at 465-2257, or if you wish to remain anonymous you can call Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS (343-2677).
Nampa Police seized methamphetamine and heroin during the execution of the search warrants. Nampa Police investigators also recovered a 2014 Hyundai Accent which was stolen four days earlier in Nampa. The Hyundai Accent was recovered at the Railroad Court residence.
“It is not uncommon for stolen property to be found during the process of serving drug related search warrants,” Lt. Eric Skoglund said.
“The Nampa Police Special Investigations Unit is diligently working to target local drug traffickers,” said Skoglund. “We know the dangers that heroin and other illicit drugs pose to the citizens and children in our community. The Nampa Police Department is dedicated to making Nampa a safe place to live and play.”
For further information please contact Sgt. Tim Riha at 468-5606 or 250-4068.