The Summit County Sheriff's Office assisted Utah Highway Patrol on Monday, July 30, with a bicycle-vehicle collision on State Road 224. According to Utah Highway Patrol Corporal Todd Johnson, a driver was turning right onto S.R. 224 from Olympic Parkway and struck a cyclist who was riding northbound on the wrong side of the road.
Johnson said the cyclist was transported to a hospital with minor injuries. No citations were issued.
The Summit County Sheriff's Office also responded to the following incidents last week:
On Monday, July 30, a woman in the Basin reported that her driver-side window shattered while she was driving on State Road 224 near Kimball Junction. Nothing was found on the road that could have caused the damage, leading the Sheriff's Office to suspect someone hit her window with a marble.
Deputies found a man sitting in his car listening to music on the shoulder of Interstate 80 near Summit Park. Deputies submitted the man to a field sobriety test and arrested him for driving under the influence. The suspect's blood alcohol level was .125. The legal limit is .08.
Deputies pulled over a vehicle for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle and found two meth pipes, empty plastic bindles and drug paraphernalia. Both the driver and the passenger of the vehicle were arrested.
Also on Monday, a suspect was arrested for stealing $400 in wine from a liquor store in the Basin.
On Tuesday, July 31, deputies made contact with a man from Iowa who reportedly videotaped the deputies and their vehicles to put them on an anti-police website.
An 11-year-old boy was flown by medical helicopter to a Wasatch Front hospital after the ATV he was on overturned near Coalville. The boy is in stable condition in the ICU.
On Wednesday, Aug. 1, deputies conducted a welfare check on an Echo resident and found methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and prescription medication in his possession.
On Thursday, Aug. 2, a man said he left his cell phone at a grocery store near the self-checkout area and when he returned to retrieve it he saw a woman pick it up and put it in her purse. When the man asked the woman about it, she reportedly pretended she had never seen a cell phone. Deputies are continuing to investigate the incident.
A resident turned in a loaded pistol they found near the Weber River.
Deputies conducted a K9 sniff on a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot and upon searching the vehicle found several pieces of used tinfoil with drug residue, a pill, and plastic twists with trace amounts of powder. Deputies arrested the two occupants of the vehicle and sent the paraphernalia to be lab tested.
An intoxicated man told deputies that he walked from a bar on Main Street to Canyons where he found his car crashed in a ditch. The man told a tow truck driver to bring him and his car to a parking lot in Kimball Junction. The man did not have the keys to his car or know where he was staying. He was booked into the Summit County Jail on charges of intoxication.
On Friday, August 3, a Basin resident reported his bike was stolen from his garage.
A man reported his cabin in Beaver Springs Ranch was broken into and someone stole a coffee pot and 10 coffee mugs.
A South Summit man was arrested Friday morning for assault. Shortly after being released from jail the man was arrested again for driving an unregistered vehicle, driving without insurance and breaking the terms of his jail release.
Deputies reported a high volume of traffic Friday night due to the Kimball Arts Festival and the Deer Valley concert.
Deputies pulled over a man on State Road 224 for littering and arrested him on two active warrants.
On Saturday, August 4, batteries were again stolen from car mechanic shops in Coalville. Witnesses said the suspect was driving a white Dodge truck.
A Basin resident reported the window of his vehicle was broken and multiple tools were stolen from the trunk.
A North Summit resident reported his four-wheeler had been stolen.
A deputy reported his windshield was damaged by a marble while he was traveling on S.R. 224 near Kimball Junction. No suspect was found.
A business owner in Coalville reported someone stole a hanging flower pot.
A business in Coalville reported that 46 car batteries were stolen from his business and he had the suspect on video.
Two vehicle burglaries were reported at the Tanger Outlet Mall in the Basin.
A man was pulled over for running a red light. The driver of the vehicle told the officer he used heroin and cocaine, marijuana and paraphernalia was found in the suspect's vehicle. The driver was arrested for drug possession, an active warrant and driving under the influence.
Also on Saturday, deputies arrested nine people in the Basin for operating a business without a license. Residents reported the nine people were selling magazines door-to-door and using overly aggressive sales tactics. All nine people were booked into Summit County Jail.
On Sunday, Aug. 5, a Basin resident was arrested for driving under the influence and operating a vehicle without an interlock device. When deputies searched the vehicle they also found several pills, identified as phentermine, a controlled substance.
A Hoystville resident reported prescription pills had been stolen from her house. Deputies searched a suspect and found the stolen pills in her possession.
Deputies responded to a fight in progress at a restaurant in Redstone. When they arrived they found that two female employees had been involved in a physical fight over how much food they should cook. Both women claimed the other swung first. The store surveillance tape is being reviewed.