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The CEO of Tamarack Resort in Valley County, Idaho has been arrested on charges of failure to report an accident and leaving the scene of an accident, according to KTVB, Boise's NBC affiliate. Jean-Pierre Boespflug allegedly hit a parked car in Ada County, looked at the damage, then drove away. He was arrested by detectives in Valley County, and has been released on $300 bond. A Valley County Sheriff spokeswoman said "We arrested him on a warrant from Ada County and he bonded out. That's the extent of our involvement." Boise law enforcement officials aren't commenting on the case. UPDATE: Ken Rider of Tamarack Resort has issued this statement: "The alleged incident involving Tamarack CEO Jean-Pierre Boespflug - misdemeanor charges related to leaving the scene of an accident - is a personal matter that Mr. Boespflug is taking responsibility for resolving. The company will have no further comment on the issue as he deals with the charges."

Tamarack CEO Boesflug Arrested

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