A 61-year-old Kuna man died late Friday night of injuries he suffered when his pickup truck rolled. The Ada County Sheriff’s Office said Monday its investigators are working on why the man lost control of his pickup truck along Swan Falls Road, near King Road. The crash happened at about 8 p.m. Friday. The man was headed south on Swan Falls at a high rate of speed when he lost control. He went off the road and the pickup rolled, coming to rest on its side, the sheriff’s office said.
A white Ford Focus with Utah plates described in wanted notices for Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60, has been found in Wyoming, the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office said Monday. Detectives want to speak with Bullinger regarding the murders of two women and a girl at his rural Caldwell home. Their bodies were found on June 19; authorities launched a public search for Bullinger two days later.
Lynn Evans, 69, had just put a new engine in a tractor and was working on it when it “somehow popped into gear” and rolled back over him, Washington County Sheriff Matt Thomas said. Evans’ wife heard the tractor running, came outside and found her husband, the sheriff said. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office was called about the incident at 10:36 a.m. July 4. The death happened on Evans’ property on Haas Road west of Weiser. “It’s really just a freak accident is what it was,” Thomas said.
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