Bruce Madsen Stucki, 48, of Holladay, was charged with criminal mischief. Witnesses assert that on Sept. 29, Stucki walked up to a 1999 yellow Ducati motorcycle parked on Swede Alley and pushed it over, causing more than $1,500 of damage.
Chauncey Owen Filler, 26, of Woods Cross, was charged with identity fraud, poaching and providing false personal information to a peace officer. Agents with the Division of Wildlife Services (DWR) alleged that in February 2013 Filler used his twin brother's name to obtain a permit to hunt moose in Utah. Before the start of the hunting season, Filler obtained a driver license using his twin brother's name. Filler had the license and permit in his possession on Sept. 28 when he killed a bull moose in Summit County. When a DWR agent contacted Filler about the moose, Filler gave him the permit and license bearing his twin brother's name.
Tyson Cody Sorenson, 25, of Park City, was charged with assault. Witnesses allege that on Sept. 26, Sorenson got into an argument with another person in Park City and that Sorenson punched the other person. The assault caused a laceration above the victim's eye that required numerous stitches to close.
Alecia Lynn Kap, of Morgan, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol. On Aug. 31, Kap attempted to drive her pickup truck across the Park City municipal golf course. Park City police officers were summoned when she became stuck on a small golf cart bridge crossing a stream.
Anthony Ray Armstrong, 37, of Logan, was sentenced to 63 days in jail for a felony-level DUI. On Nov. 17, 2012, Armstrong was stopped in Park City for a traffic violation. The officer noticed that Armstrong smelled of alcohol and had glassy eyes and slurred speech. Armstrong submitted to a Breathalyzer test that indicated his breath-alcohol level was .234, almost three times the legal limit. Armstrong was charged with a felony DUI because he had been convicted of DUI twice in the last 10 years. Armstrong's sentence included the jail time, three years probation, a $1,500 fine, a prohibition on using or consuming alcohol and mandatory substance abuse treatment.
Kenneth S. Kelly, 35, of Evanston, Wyoming, pleaded guilty to one count of theft and one count of criminal mischief, both second-degree felonies. Kelly was part of a metal theft ring that repeatedly broke into an abandoned power plant in Summit County over a period of several weeks and stole copper wiring and brass fittings. Kelly and his codefendants sold the metal for scrap at metal recyclers in Salt Lake City. The court will sentence Kelly on Nov. 25.
Lehi Alexander Morantes, 18, of West Valley City, was sentenced to a year in jail for robbery. On June 8, Morantes and several others attempted to shoplift several items from the Walmart at Kimball Junction. When a store employee attempted to stop them, Morantes brandished a knife at her. Morantes' sentence included the jail, three years of probation supervised by Adult Probation and Parole and mandatory drug and alcohol treatment.
Ryan Leavitt, 28, of Orem, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for forgery. In July and August 2012, Leavitt stole checks from two residences in White Pine Canyon in Summit County. He wrote two checks to himself for $2,000 each and forged the account holders' signatures. Leavitt's sentence includes the jail, three years probation supervised by Adult Probation and Parole and 75 hours of community service.