The Summit County Sheriff's Department responded to the following calls from Monday, June 24, to Sunday, June 30.

The driver of a semi truck stopped at mile marker 167 of Interstate 80 westbound on Monday, June 24, and called dispatch for an ambulance. According to the dispatch report, the ambulance began to transport him to the University of Utah Hospital. While en route to the hospital, the semi driver became unresponsive. The ambulance rerouted to Park City Medical Center where life-saving efforts were continued. The driver was declared deceased at the emergency room.

A report of graffiti on a shed outside the Shepherd of the Mountain Church was reported on Monday, June 24, and may be gang related. Similar graffiti was reported at the Sundial Lodge. At the time there were no suspects.

Two individuals in a car stopped for a lane violation near Kimball Junction on Monday, June 24, were both found to have warrants out for their arrest. Underneath the driver's seat, an open container of beer was found. Neither individual claimed ownership, so both were charged with an open container of alcohol while driving.

An individual reported that early on Tuesday, June 25, someone broke into two of his vehicles in his driveway at Jeremy Ranch. The man reportedly had video evidence of a white male in his 20s with several tattoos. A deputy collected fingerprints from the scene.

Another individual at Jeremy Ranch reported that her three vehicles had also been broken into around the same time as the above stated incident on Tuesday, June 25.


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An individual in Summit Park reported that a CD player and bike rack were stolen from his vehicle on Thursday, June 27. He stated that he accidentally left his garage door open and vehicle unlocked earlier.

On Thursday, June 27, an individual at Pinebrook reported his wallet was stolen from the center console of his vehicle. The man's wife reported some medications of hers were also stolen. The garage and the vehicles were both unlocked, and the man said several transactions were made with his credit card, which he cancelled.

On Friday, June 28, three individuals at their campsite at Wolf Creek Pass reportedly ate marijuana brownies, causing them to hallucinate and panic. One of the individuals did not partake in the brownies and drove them to a deputy's house, where they saw his patrol car. All three were transported to Park City Medical Center.

A man riding his bike at night near Kimball Junction was struck from behind by a car on Friday, June 28. He was knocked out and woke up later disoriented. He called 911 at a nearby 7-Eleven thinking he had been robbed. He was transported to the hospital and the major accident investigation team conducted an accident reconstruction. As of Monday there was no description of the suspect vehicle.

An individual reported that his 2013 gray Volkswagen Jetta was stolen on Saturday, June 29, in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction business. He said that he left his car in the lot at 6 p.m. and when he came back at 11:30 p.m. it was gone. There was no video surveillance in the parking lot.