Between Tuesday, Oct. 15, and Wednesday, Oct. 16, the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to several calls including the following:
A man reported that his brother had not returned home from a hike in the Uinta Mountains. Summit County Search and Rescue responded and the man was found safe later that day.
A woman was stopped in North Summit for expired registration. During the course of the stop, a deputy detected an odor of marijuana. A search of the vehicle yielded a container with marijuana and a glass pipe. The woman was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A deputy responded to a report of a family fight in which a male and female got in an argument that became physical. The man was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail on a simple assault domestic violence charge.
A vehicle in the Snyderville Basin struck another vehicle, causing the driver to veer off the road and roll over. The accident occurred when one driver pulled out of a road and did not see the other driver coming. Both drivers were checked by medical personnel and found to have no injuries.
A man with a no-contact order against him was released from jail and went directly to the home where his victim was. He was arrested for violating the order.
A woman driving on Interstate 80 got stuck in a ditch, and upon being approached by deputies told officers she had been drinking. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was arrested.
A deputy stopped a suspect in a hit-and-run case, who admitted to crashing into a vehicle and fleeing the scene. The man was issued a citation for failing to remain at the scene of a crash and was arrested for an outstanding warrant and several other charges.
A man reported that someone stole two firearms from his home at some point during the past three to four weeks. He believed they were stolen by a sub-contractor who had access to his home. The man is working on getting the name of the contractor and writing a statement.
A deputy stopped a driver in the Basin for expired registration. During the investigation, the passenger identified himself incorrectly and was found to have an active statewide warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.