Also on Thursday, a Basin-area store manager reported that someone had entered his business on S.R. 224 and walked all over the cutting boards. There were no items missing or signs of damage, but possibly contaminated food had to be thrown away. The manager suspects an ex employee who had a key could have done it, but deputies had been unable to contact the ex-employee.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the Basin and determined that both parties were physical with each other and had also damaged property in the trailer. The violence was witnessed by the three-year-old son. Both parties were arrested for domestic violence and multiple outstanding warrants.
A Basin woman complained that her husband's friend, who had been living with them, refused to give the key to the residence back. The deputy informed the woman that it was a civil problem but gave her and the friend Victims Advocate pamphlets due to the problems and concerns they have with each other.
A man reported seeing a camera pointed into a bedroom window from beneath the blinds of a Basin home, where he and the homeowner were. When the man yelled, the camera disappeared. When he opened the blinds, he didn't see anyone. Deputies responded and searched the parameter of the home, but did not find anyone. The homeowner believes the suspect may be her ex-boyfriend.
A man's trailer was stolen in the Basin sometime between Sept. 20 and Oct. 11. There are no suspects.
Deputies investigated a possible domestic violence call on Wednesday, Oct. 10 in the Basin. The report was unfounded, but a search revealed apples used to smoke marijuana. The two individuals were cited for drug paraphernalia.
Deputies made contact with two individuals in a Kimball Junction parking lot for a tobacco violation. A police dog signaled that drugs were present. Deputies searched the individuals and found a digital scale, a package of individual baggies and 40 syringes. The other individual had five Oxycontin pills. The first individual was transported to Juvenile Detention, and the other to jail.
Sometime between Sept. 21 and Oct. 10, someone entered a Basin apartment and took two televisions. No other property was taken and no useful evidence could be found.
Following a traffic stop on Station Loop Road on Tuesday, Oct. 9, it was discovered the driver was in violation of his alcohol restriction. The driver was arrested and transported to jail.
A traffic stop on I-80 revealed the driver had an active warrant for her arrest. She was arrested and transported to jail.
A woman in the Basin left her garage open with the car unlocked at her purse on the front seat. When the woman went to her car the next morning, about $40 was missing. There are no known suspects.
On Monday, Oct. 8 a car rolled over in East Summit County. The driver was transported to Park City Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.
There was also a report a retirement center in East Summit County that items have been missing for several weeks. The management told sheriff's deputies they believe the items are being stolen by an employee. The investigation is ongoing.