The Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to the following calls between Tuesday, Aug. 13, and Thursday, Aug. 15.
A 74-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday, Aug. 14, after he forcibly ran through a barricade for the Rockport 5 fire established by the Summit County Sheriff's Office. It was the second time the man had ran through the barricade and he was arrested in the driveway of his home after being given a warning the first time and leading deputies on a "slow-speed chase."
Deputies responded to a residence in Taylorsville on Tuesday, Aug. 13, to a woman that claimed a man had thrown a mug at her while they were at a Kimball Junction business. The man was unable to be reached for a statement and as of Tuesday deputies were working to collect statements from the parties involved.
A man pulled up to one of the blocked roads in Promontory on Wednesday, Aug. 14, and made contact with a deputy. The man was intoxicated and a test showed his blood-alcohol content was .264. He was arrested.
A man in North Summit called in for a protective order to retrieve items from another individual's house. His new protective order stated that his personal property was to "remain intact."
A traffic stop was made on a man driving in the Snyderville Basin on Aug. 14 for having no insurance. The man provided false information and fled on foot. He was chased on foot through the parking lot of a Kimball Junction business and later caught.
Following a traffic stop in the Snyderville Basin on Aug. 14, a man was found to have an active warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Contact was made with employees of a Kimball Junction business in regards to two counterfeit $100 bills. Video surveillance was obtained of a female attempting to use the counterfeit bills and when confronted left the store and went into a silver Nissan Xterra and drove away. The car's license was registered in Wasatch County and deputies went to the residence but found no one home.
A man was stopped on Interstate 80 for a traffic stop on Thursday, Aug. 15, and was found to have several active warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.