Between Friday, Sept. 20, and Monday, Sept. 23, the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to calls including the following:
The mother of a missing female juvenile in the Snyderville Basin called in to follow-up on her missing daughter, who had not been seen in two weeks. After the call, the daughter was found at a home in Salt Lake and was returned to her mother.
During the night of Sept. 19, a man claimed a vehicle hit his car in the Snyderville Basin. There are no suspects, but the suspect vehicle should be a white vehicle with minor damage and paint transfer to the front bumper area.
A man who is a suspect in the theft of several items from his aunt and uncle's house in the Snyderville Basin admitted to taking his aunt's vehicle for several hours, despite the fact he was not licensed nor allowed to drive it. The vehicle was returned with damage to the rear driver's side and a deputy took several items as evidence that complainants say are stolen property.
A deputy witnessed a vehicle at a business in the Snyderville Basin whose occupants were acting nervous. After contact was attempted, three of the individuals ran into a residence and the driver fled on foot. The deputy was able to catch and detain the driver after gathering intelligence from the individuals inside the house.
A woman came in to report that her son had been kidnapped two years ago, after which she was told the original report for the kidnapping was given to the Heber City Police Department, to which she was referred.
A stolen vehicle was located in the Snyderville Basin and was moved to an evidence bay for processing.
A complainant stated that there was a repair truck in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction business that was soliciting business without a license. Contact was made with the individuals and a records check was done on both. An active warrant was found for one of them, who was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
After a traffic stop for an equipment violation, two underage passengers were found to have consumed alcohol and one was in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Both were referred and then released to their parents.
A deputy was dispatched to an assault in progress in South Summit. Upon arrival, the deputy found a man and woman in the driveway. Both were bleeding but did not want to pursue charges against the other. The case did not meet domestic violence charge qualifications.
Several individuals complained about a female driving a van who seemed to be intoxicated in South Summit. A deputy made contact with the woman, who was intoxicated and was released on a citation.
A woman in the Snyderville Basin requested advice on obtaining a stalking injunction after she reported that she had been texted and harassed by her husband.
Deputies were dispatched to a report of a fight in progress in South Summit. Upon arrival, it was determined that no physical abuse had taken place and the individuals involved agreed to separate for the evening.