Photo: Courtesy of Teton County Sheriff's Office

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VICTOR, Idaho — According to a press release from the Teton County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO), a police chase of Victor resident Kevin William Bosch ended in Bosch’s death early on March 11.

Bosch was 36 years old and was known to have a felony warrant for Stalking in the First Degree. At about 6:24 p.m. on March 10, TCSO deputies were involved in the pursuit of a vehicle that Bosch was driving where car speeds reached 85 mph.

Bosch was apprehended in Fremont County, Idaho, after his vehicle tires were deflated by spike strips deployed by a Fremont County deputy and Ashton Police Department officer.

After hours of negotiations for Bosch to turn himself into custody, Bosch died by suicide from a self-inflicted gunshot at approximately 3:28 a.m.

According to the Wyoming Department of Health, 72 percent of suicide deaths in 2022 were due to firearms.

The Teton County Health Department has numerous resources for anyone struggling or in need of help with mental health:

  • Call or text 988 for free and confidential support at any time (press 1 for Veterans and 2 for Spanish).
  • Call or text 307-203-7880 for help connecting with mental health professions or support services at St. John’s Health. This service is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Call the mental health helpline of Jackson Hole at 307-733-2046 or the substance use helpline of Jackson Hole at 307-733-3908.
  • Go to for men’s mental health resources.