The Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to the following calls between Friday, Aug. 9, and Monday, Aug. 12.
On Aug. 12, a 25-year-old male from the Snyderville Basin was reported as missing. He was found later that day in Provo. He had not been seen since 11 p.m. on Thursday, July 11. He apparently walked away after an argument with his parents, leaving his cell phone and keys behind.
Deputies responded to a noise complaint at a residence in Kimball Junction on Friday, Aug. 9. Inside the house, several individuals under the age of 21 were found consuming alcohol. A male was found unconscious on the floor and was transported to Park City Medical Center. The case resulted in three juvenile referrals and five citations for consumption of alcohol by a minor.
After a traffic stop for expired registration on State Road 224 on Aug. 9, a female driver was found to have an active warrant for her arrest. She was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail and the vehicle was impounded.
A man in South Summit was found lying in the road next to his bicycle on Saturday, Aug. 10. He had suffered a head injury and was in and out of consciousness. He was flown to the University of Utah Hospital by Life Flight. There were no witnesses and as of Saturday the man was reported to be in stable condition.
A woman stole cigarettes from a business in South Summit and she and her boyfriend fled on S.R. 248 on Aug. 10. A Utah Highway Patrol officer was waiting for them and the man pulled over. The suspect allegedly dropped his heroin pipe and ran to the passenger side of the vehicle. He switched places with the woman as his license was denied. Additional heroin paraphernalia was found in the vehicle and both were arrested.
A man in Summit Park reported that he has been receiving checks in the mail addressed to other people. The man's bank told him to throw the checks away. On Aug. 10 the man got four more checks with his return address on them and told officers it may be related to an earlier theft.
A man waiting for a friend in his pickup truck in the Snyderville Basin on Aug. 10 was questioned by a deputy. A records check was run on the man, who was found to have four active warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A deputy responded to a stolen vehicle case in South Summit on Sunday, Aug. 11. A man had allegedly stolen a vehicle from a woman and had been contacting her despite the fact he was warned never to contact her again. The man's phone was pinged and returned his location in Salt Lake City. The man said he would drop the car off to her if she dropped the complaint.
A disturbing-the-peace call was sent in from South Summit on Aug. 11. The complainants said that two individuals had left a home in their vehicle and were both heavily intoxicated. A deputy conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and the driver, a female, performed poorly on field sobriety tests. She was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail and her vehicle was impounded.
A report came from South Summit on Monday, Aug. 12, that a man attempted to make contact with a woman in violation of a protective order. A Victim Advocate found that the order had been served by the court but never entered by the court clerk. A case evaluation request will be submitted regarding this violation.
A woman in the Snyderville Basin reported on Aug. 12 that two of her golf bags were taken from her garage earlier in the week. No signs of forced entry were found and said she believed the garage door was open.
A complaint of intoxicated juveniles was reported on Aug. 12 in the Snyderville Basin. An individual was charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors. Further charges were requested for providing a false statement and providing alcohol to minors.
A woman in the Snyderville Basin reported on Aug. 12 that her daughter was intoxicated. When officers arrived the daughter became combative and was transported to the University of Utah Hospital.
After a man was stopped on S.R. 224 on Aug. 12 for a rear license plate light being out he was found to have an active warrant for his arrest. The man was arrested and his vehicle was released to his mother as per his request.