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Numerous reports of illegal fireworks were reported in neighborhoods where setting of fireworks is not allowed. Residents are reminded to check if they are allowed to set off fireworks in their neighborhoods by http://www.pcfd.org/2011/05/2011-utah-fireworks-information/

July 4

A South Summit man reported someone throwing firecracker poppers at him in the Oakley Post Office.

A man in the Basin called Summit County Dispatch and said he heard a gunshot at 1 a.m. the previous night. He said his neighbors have a dog that constantly barks and since hearing the gunshot he has not heard or seen the dog and is worried that it was shot.

Two calls were made reporting a 15-year old boy almost drowned at a hotel pool in the Basin. Callers said he was out of the water but blue and not breathing, CPR was being administered. Paramedics arrived and were able to resuscitate the boy.

A woman in the Basin said her cat had been missing for four months and she thought she saw it in her neighbor’s apartment through the window. When she knocked on their door though no one answered.

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July 5

A car drove off North Silver Creek Drive in the Basin at 11:20 a.m. The vehicle was reported to be right side-up in the ditch and the driver had minor injuries.

A report was made that a man wearing cut-off shorts was standing near the Zions Bank in Redstone Towne Center with a pistol in his shoulder holster. Deputies located the man who had a valid concealed firearm permit.

A male in the Basin reported that a very intoxicated 40-year old male and his young daughter walked into the caller’s room at 4:15 p.m. and complained about the contractor drilling tile in the garage early in the morning.

A Summit County resident reported a sexual offense incident at the East Fork Boy Scout Camp.

July 6

A dark green Honda was parked in the median in the Basin and the occupants, a male and female, were assaulting each other and arguing over a suitcase.

A Basin woman reported that she keeps receiving texts from someone to video chat. She has told the person he has the wrong number but keeps receiving the texts anyways.

July 7

A black mountain bike was found abandoned in the Basin on the Rail Trail near Promontory Ranch Road.

Three kids were seen playing with paintball guns in the Coalville fairgrounds announcer booth.

July 8

A woman in the Basin reported that her husband took $50,000 worth of artwork from their home.

July 9

A caller reported that people have been partying in Toll Gate Canyon off of Interstate 80 eastbound all night.

A caller reported that a vehicle parked in the street in the Basin near Redstone Towne Center was hit and was partially in the lane of travel. A note was left on the windshield with a phone number.

A caller said a black SUV in North Summit swerved off the road, hit a telephone pole and then continued driving westbound.

A man in the Basin reportedly crashed on his mountain bike near Bitner Road and was having trouble breathing and his head was bleeding. Paramedics transported the man to a local hospital.

July 10

A caller reported that campers in the Basin were playing very loud music which they refused to turn down and then started honking their car horns.

A man in the Basin said the construction trucks were flinging too much mud into the road and broke his windshield. Deputies found no significant amount of mud on the road.

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