Information on the following cases in the Summit County Third District Court was provided by Summit County Prosecuting Attorney Matthew Bates.
Adolfo Sanchez, 37, of Park City, was charged with assaulting a peace officer and resisting arrest. On Aug. 14, Sanchez was stopped near the Tanger Outlet Mall by a Summit County Sheriff's Deputy on suspicion of driving without insurance. While the deputy was verifying Sanchez's license and registration, Sanchez stepped out of his car and fled on foot. The deputy pursued Sanchez and eventually was able to pin him to the ground and handcuff him.
Bret William Lange, 44, of Nibley, was charged with possession of a firearm by a restricted person and possession of marijuana. On August 8, Lange was stopped by a Utah Highway Patrol trooper on Interstate 80 Eastbound in Summit County for a minor traffic violation. During the stop, the trooper smelled the odor of marijuana coming from Lange's truck. The trooper searched the truck and found a small bag of marijuana and a Browning .22 pistol.
Enrique Jaurrieta Chavez, 30, of Park City, was charged with drug possession. On August 13, a Park City police officer arrested Chavez on an outstanding warrant. During a search of his person incident to the arrest, the officer found a small bindle of cocaine in Chavez's pants pocket.
Jose Garcia-Cardenas, 60, of unknown location, was charged with sexual abuse of a child. A young child from Park City has alleged that in 2008 Garcia-Cardenas touched a minor inappropriately. Garcia-Cardenas is believed to have left the country in 2012. A $10,000 warrant for his arrest has been issued by the Utah Third District Court in connection with this case. Any information concerning Garcia-Cardenas' whereabouts should be directed to the Park City Police Department.
Justin Thomas Baker, 29, of Park City, was charged with criminal trespass and criminal mischief. Baker allegedly entered a woman's apartment without her permission and, after being asked by her to leave, broke her apartment window with a small rock.
Matthew Paul Kelly, 36, of Park City, was charged with drug possession and criminal trespass. On August 9, officers with the Park City Police Department found Kelly allegedly living in an abandoned and condemned home in Park City. As they were escorting Kelly from the home, officers found drug paraphernalia and other indications that he had recently used heroin.
Enrique Ruiz, 34, of West Valley City, was ordered to serve up to five years in prison for theft. Ruiz had previously pleaded guilty to aiding two other people to steal more than $5,000 in personal property from a home in Summit County.
John A. Carlisle, 47, of Montrose, Colorado, was ordered to serve 24 months probation, to pay a $1,500 fine and to serve 55 days in jail for his conviction of driving under the influence. Carlisle had previously pleaded guilty to driving drunk the wrong way on the interchange at State Road 40 and I-80 and causing a non-fatal four-car accident. During the post-accident investigation, a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper obtained a sample of Carlisle's blood. Subsequent analysis of the blood revealed that Carlisle's blood-alcohol content was .20, more than twice the legal limit.