June 5, 2023

Idaho Falls–Stand Up For Idaho, an Idaho Falls-based nonpartisan citizens’ organization that peacefully and actively advocates for the rights and liberties of all Idaho citizens, is hosting a presentation by Bonneville County Sheriff Samuel Hulse at their next Wednesday meeting on June 7.  Young will discuss a variety of topics relevant to the security of Bonneville County, including fentanyl and border security.

SUFI’s announcement reads:

Bonneville County Sheriff Samuel Hulse is coming to talk with us about what’s happening in Bonneville County and across the state, including the fentanyl and the poisoning of America, the border crisis and how illegal immigration may affect Bonneville County, and more.  Come prepared to ask the hard questions.

Sheriff Samuel Hulse is the current Sheriff of Bonneville County.  He has worked for Bonneville County for the last 24 years and has 31 years of experience in the Law Enforcement profession.  Sheriff Hulse has experience in Patrol, Narcotics, Special Operations and as an Emergency Medical Technician.  In addition to leading the Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Hulse currently serves on several local and State boards including Region VII Behavioral Health, the Behavioral Health Crisis Center of East Idaho, Region VII Crisis Intervention Team, DIGB6 (District 6 Emergency Communications Interoperable Governance Board), Behavioral Health Crisis Center of East Idaho Advisory Board, Idaho State Public Communication Commission and the Idaho Behavioral Health Council Advisory Board.  In January of 2022, Sheriff Hulse was appointed to the Board of Directors of the National Sheriff’s Association.

Sheriff Hulse and his wife Michelle have been married for 32 years. They have four sons, four granddaughters and one grandson.

The class will be held at the Snake River Event Center (Shilo Inn), located at 780 Lindsay Blvd. in Idaho Falls.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the class begins at 6:30 p.m.



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