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Bannock County Sheriff’s investigation results in felony drug charges for two Pocatello residents

by | Apr 21, 2022 | Sheriff Press Releases | 0 comments

Detectives with the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with the Pocatello Police Department, conducted an investigation Tuesday that led to the arrest of two Pocatello people.

Detectives served a search warrant at an apartment on South 5th Avenue in Pocatello at approximately 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 19.

Inside the apartment, detectives found 1.1 pounds of methamphetamine, felony amounts of marijuana (more than three ounces), heroin, several hundred fentanyl-laced pills, one firearm identified as stolen, and $10,000 in cash.

Following Tuesday’s search warrant, the two people were taken into custody and booked into the Bannock County Detention Center on several charges.

Arrested: Travis D. Marshall, 52, Pocatello

Charged: Trafficking amphetamine (F)

             Possession with intent to deliver (F) 3 cts

             Possession of a stolen firearm (F)

             Unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted felon (F)

Bond: $200,000

Arrested: Kylie M. Gibbs, 28, Pocatello

Charged: Possession with intent to deliver (F) 2 cts

Bond: $75,000

Gibbs and Marshall were arraigned on Wednesday, April 20, by Magistrate Judge David Kress. Preliminary hearings for both defendants are scheduled for Wednesday, April 27 at 9:00 a.m. with Magistrate Judge David Hooste.

The case remains under investigation by the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office.

Those struggling with substance abuse or experiencing mental or emotional crises are urged to contact their local medical center for assistance with treatment and recovery or go to https://www.findtreatment.gov/. The Southeast Idaho Behavioral Crisis Center is available for 24-hour facility available for adults experiencing an emergency mental health and/or substance use related crisis. Call the Crisis Center at 208-909-5177 for more information.

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