Between Friday, Oct. 25, and Monday, Oct. 28, the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to calls including the following:

An individual staying at a friend's house became belligerent, hitting a fire extinguisher box. The friend made the individual leave and the person was cited for criminal mischief.

Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence at a campground in the Uintas. Because of conflicting accounts, authorities were unable to determine who the aggressor was and an investigation will follow.

Deputies assisted a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper who was in pursuit of a vehicle on Interstate 80. The vehicle rammed and disabled a UHP vehicle and later the suspect's vehicle was immobilized. The suspect, who attempted to flee down a trail, was arrested.

A deputy made contact with juveniles in a parking lot in the Snyderville Basin, observing tobacco products in plain view. All individuals in the car were under 18. A search of the vehicle produced marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol and one of the juveniles was referred while the others were released to an adult.

A man reported that he lost his firearm while at a gun club in South Summit. The gun, a .380 Ruger LCP, was listed as missing.

A man reported that while he was inside a Kimball Junction business his mountain bike was stolen from his vehicle. There were no suspects or parking lot video surveillance at the time and the case is under investigation.

An employee at a North Summit business reported that a group of individuals was skateboarding on the property. A second employee said the individuals had been asked to leave and were confrontational. The case is under investigation.

A deputy made contact with several males who were skateboarding near a Kimball Junction business. While speaking with the owner of a vehicle, a male admitted to being in possession of drug paraphernalia. He was cited with possession of drug paraphernalia and released.