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Sheriff’s Report

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The Park City Fire District responded to a possible hazmat poisoning at Kimball Junction on Thursday when a FedEx driver was experiencing difficulty breathing after she attempted to clean up a package that was leaking in her truck, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s call logs.

According to Assistant Fire Chief Bob Zanetti, Park City Fire was dispatched at approximately 1:57 p.m. after the female driver went into the Redstone Health Center, in Newpark, and complained of difficulty breathing.

Zanetti said the woman had reportedly attempted to put the leaky package in another bag and clean up the unknown liquid, when it got on her hands and arms.

The Park City Fire hazmat team entered the truck with full-structural and personal protective equipment to handle the package, Zanetti said. But it didn’t take the hazmat team long to identify the liquid, which was discovered to be a water-based cleaner.

"It really wasn’t a harmful product," Zanetti said.

However, as a precaution, the woman was transported to Park City Medical Center for observation.

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According to the call logs, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, April 27 and Monday, May 4, including the following:

Monday, May 4

Deputies responded to a residence near the Tanger Outlets after dispatch received reports of an assault. Neither party suffered serious injuries, but the victim wanted the suspect charged. The suspect was cited for assault.

Sunday, May 3

A vehicle traveling eastbound on Interstate 80 was stopped after a registration check showed the vehicle did not have insurance. Deputies smelled marijuana coming from the car and a search revealed drug paraphernalia. The passenger said the marijuana and drug paraphernalia belonged to him. He was taken into custody at the scene and preliminarily charged with possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies responded to the Mirror Lake Highway after dispatch received reports that a man had contacted his father and told him that his friends had turned on him and he was now hiding from them in the trees. Deputies found the man standing on the side of the highway with a woman. Deputies discovered the man was in possession of a drug, assumed to be methamphetamine, and paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

Saturday, May 2

Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 40 for a malfunctioning tail light. Deputies discovered the driver had a suspended license and was wanted for an active $1,500 warrant from Murray Justice Court. He was arrested and booked on preliminary charges, including possession of drugs and paraphernalia. The passenger also had an active $800 warrant out of the Midvale Justice Court and was arrested.

Dispatch received a report about an assault in North Summit. A man claimed he got into a physical altercation with another man, who had left the scene. Weber County Highway Patrol located the man in Ogden and held him until deputies arrived to interview him. Deputies were unable to determine who the aggressor was and the case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.

A man walked out on a south Snyderville Basin road and became belligerent and disorderly. When deputies approached the man, he started to disrobe and yell profanities. He resisted arrest, was forced to the ground, and was transported and booked into the Summit County Jail.

Friday, May 1

A maintenance worker reported a past occurred theft at a north Snyderville Basin cell tower. The fence around the tower had been cut sometime and several feet of copper ground wire was removed from the site, resulting in $2,000 in damages.

Thursday, April 30

Dispatch received a call from a teenage girl at a residence near Kimball Junction who said she heard footsteps in her home and doors shutting. She locked herself in her room, while deputies forced entry into the home. No one was found in the home.

Wednesday, April 29

The entire backside and a small portion of the east side of a South Summit building were spray painted. There were no suspects.

Tuesday, April 28 Deputies were dispatched after receiving reports that an individual had cut a fence and trespassed onto the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District property. The suspect was cited and released.

Dispatch received a report that a man was assaulted by a coworker at a South Summit construction site. The case will be screened by the county attorney.

Monday, April 27

Deputies were dispatched to a Kimball Junction business on a past occurred theft. A man admitted stole $100 from the register because he had lost that same amount earlier in the day. He filled out a voluntary statement, was cited and released.

Deputies were dispatched to a Summit Park residence after a man reported his teenage daughter was sent a nude photo on the social media app Snapchat. The photo was no longer viewable. There wasn’t any additional identifying information available.

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