The Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to the following calls from Tuesday, July 23, to Thursday, July 25.
An individual in the Snyderville Basin reported on Tuesday, July 23, that her neighbor had shot through her window with an accidental discharge of a large caliber rifle round several days earlier. She had been on vacation when the incident occurred and was informed by the neighbor about it.
A woman in South Summit lost her wallet on July 23 and an unknown suspect began using her credit card at a South Summit business and seven more times at a Salt Lake City business. The case is under investigation.
Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence in North Summit on July 23. After conducting interviews and assessing one of the individual's wounds, deputies arrested the primary aggressor.
Deputies responded to a report of a man who was extremely intoxicated and using racial slurs against his neighbors in North Summit on July 23. The man was very belligerent with the deputies and wanted to fight. After developing a plan, three officers were able to take the man into custody.
An individual in a Dodge was driving in the North Snyderville Basin on July 23 as an individual driving a Subaru tried to pass the Dodge at a high speed. The Subaru had to swerve back into its lane to avoid an oncoming vehicle and the Subaru struck the rear end of the Dodge. The Subaru and its driver were not located and there is no suspect information.
A deputy responded to a report of a verbal argument between a husband and wife in the South Snyderville Basin on July 23. After speaking with the parties it was determined there was no evidence of a crime.
A man was stopped on Interstate 80 on July 23 for speeding and a deputy found that he was an ignition interlock-restricted driver. The man did not have an interlock device in his car and he was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A woman in Weber Canyon was taken into custody on Wednesday, July 24, after it was found she was intoxicated to the point that she was a danger to herself if she was left alone. She was booked into the Summit County Jail.
Contact was made with three juveniles near Trailside on July 24, two of whom had been consuming alcohol. One female remained on scene and spoke with officers while a male and a female fled the area on foot. The male was later found hiding in the brush and two of the juveniles were referred for possession and consumption of alcohol by a minor.
A deputy located a vehicle on July 24 on State Road 32 that showed that the registered owner had a warrant out for sexually abusing a child. When the suspect returned to his vehicle, the deputy took the male into custody without incident.
After stopping a vehicle for speeding on S.R. 248 on July 24, the passenger was found to have an active warrant. The passenger was arrested while the driver of the vehicle was released.
A man left his vehicle unlocked near Canyons Resort on Thursday, July 25, and an unknown suspect stole over $300 worth of CDs and a $200 electronic cigarette.
Another man left his vehicle unlocked near Canyons Resort on July 25 and he reported that an unknown suspect stole his iPod.
Deputies assisted the Heber City Police Dept. on July 25 in making contact with a suspect in an assault in South Summit. Officers contained the perimeter of the area and the suspect was arrested without incident.