Attorney Wendy Olson said Tuesday that Jason Lloyd Schaber, 40, of Boise, was sentenced in United States District Court to 30 years in prison, followed by lifetime supervised release -- after pleaded guilty in May to sexual exploitation of children by producing and distributing child pornography. According to the plea agreement, the investigation of Schaber's activities began in April,after Boise Police were contacted by a person who saw a Craigslist advertisement offering a 3-year-old child for prostitution.
Investigators worked with Craigslist and Google and traced the ad back to Schaber in mid-May, according to reports. Boise Police investigators obtained a warrant to search Schaber's home, which they executed on May 31, Schaber has been in custody since his arrest.
The plea agreement states that Schaber produced 26 sexually-explicit images and videos of female minors who were less than six years of age -- and distributed child pornography that he had produced himselfor that he had obtained from the Internet.
The images and videos depicted actual and simulated intercourse, oral sex and the lascivious exhibition of the genitals and pubic area of the minors, according to the plea agreement, reports said. As sick as he may be, why are we wasting close to 1 million dollars on this guy when he can be monitored and restricted for a fraction of the cost. People really forgot the prison system is not suppose to be a punishment system, but rather a rehabilitation system. Search In. Idaho man advertised 3-year-old for prostitution on Craigslist boise lifetime supervision sexual exploitation pornography producer explicit images.
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Driver dies after gopher tunnels, irrigation water cut sinkhole in road. Officials at the time said that year-old Sonia Lopez was killed when her car crashed into the foot-wide and foot-long sinkhole on Butte Road near Melba on July 14 at about 4 a. Nampa Highway District Director Casey Bequeath says irrigation water from a nearby field running through gopher tunnels likely weakened the ground beneath the street.
Bequeath says it is difficult to detect such problems ahead of time and that transportation officials had no idea the road was going to collapse. The crash was not made public until days after it occurred, and the sinkhole had been repaired. Idaho farm hosts 'weed dating' for singles.
For one night a year, a neighborhood farm in northwest Boise turns into a respite for singles who are tired of the same old dating scene. A poster board planted at the entrance of Earthly Delights Farm in late June advertised "Weed Dating," with a heart-stamped arrow guiding visitors to a -in table, where they were each ased a and invited to sample beer provided by a local brewer.
The farm is among a handful across the country offering an unconventional form of speed dating.
Typically, speed daters meet at a bar or restaurant and switch conversational partners every few minutes, in hopes of finding someone compatible. With weed dating, this rapid-fire courtship takes place on the farm, with singles working together in the fields.
The payoff for their toil? A chance at romance. Joe Peraino, 27, met his girlfriend while weed dating at the Boise farm last year.
They were together for nine months and found that few others couples could top their of how they met, said Peraino, who has since relocated to South Carolina. A lot of people are like, 'So, were you on a pot farm? Farms in states that include Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio have also advertised similar weed dating events.
O'Leary organized her first weed dating last year for about 20 people, including some friends and interns on her farm. More than 40 men and women showed up for this year's weed dating.
Here's how it works: Each of the ladies will be ased to a specific row, with more instructions to follow after "we get you into the beds," :huh: O'Leary said, prompting nervous snickers that erupted into laughter as the tension eased. The women were given a crash course in how to identify a weed versus a vegetable or fruit, and then instructed to pass that information along to the men, who rotated from each bed every three minutes.
This is a working farm," O'Leary said before sending them off. Owner claims diamond ring found in Idaho sewer.
Mechelle Rieger claimed the seven-diamond ring Thursday morning at City Hall in Kuna, bringing with her a photo and the March appraisal from the jeweler that made it. Rieger thanked city workers Travis Fleming and Carey Knight, who spotted the ring along with loose coins in a filtration basket while doing routine maintenance last week. Rieger said she freaked out and "just started screaming" when the ring accidentally fell in the toilet.
She says there was more screaming involved when she got a voice message from a friend relaying the news about a ring being found in the sewer in her old neighborhood. In Up. ZIP: