Going out for a night on the town is supposed to be a fun, memorable, and safe time. Whether you're in a group of friends or on date night with your significant other, you never expect to be a victim of a violent crime.

Boise Police need our help

A suspect is needed for questioning by Boise police following a frightening incident that left one person in the hospital back in March.

According to the City of Boise:

On March 29, 2024, Boise Police officers responded to a report of a fight as a crowd of people exited the arena on the 200 block of S. Capitol Blvd.  Officers quickly located a victim suffering from multiple injuries and began an investigation.

The injuries, as we mentioned, were pretty serious and enough to leave one in the hospital according to Boise police.

The victim went to a local hospital and was treated and released for serious but not life-threatening injuries.  As part of the investigation, detectives would like to identify and speak with the person shown in the attached photo.

The suspect in question can be seen here and from the looks of it, was ready to throw down, in a fighting stance:

Boise PD/Ada County
Boise PD/Ada County

It's unfortunate that this situation happened and it's a sad reminder that alcohol can make us do some silly things. Attempting to resolve a misunderstanding or conflict with violence is never the answer and is not something we need in our city.

If you have any information about the identity of the suspect, you can call Ada County Dispatch at 208-377-6790.

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