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Sheriff’s Report

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A 32-year-old male was cited for assault Friday afternoon after threatening to kill a man who cut him off near the Jeremy Ranch exit on Interstate 80, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office call logs.

Deputies located the suspect at his home and cited him for the assault and verbal threat, the logs state. Assault is a Class A misdemeanor, punishable upon conviction by a fine of up to $2,500 fine.

According to the call logs, the victim cut the suspect off on the Jeremy Ranch exit. The suspect then reportedly exited his vehicle at the four-way stop and approached the victim’s. He opened the victim’s door, attempted to pull him out of the car and threatened to kill him.

The suspect followed the victim to his place of employment. He called dispatch at approximately 4:41 p.m. and was able to identify the suspect by his work uniform. The suspect was later found and cited at his house.

According to the call logs, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, May 18, and Monday, May 25, including the following:

Monday, May 25

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Dispatch received reports of a domestic dispute at a South Summit residence. A woman was arrested and booked into jail for assault in the presence of a child and intoxication.

A South Summit man threw soda at his girlfriend and then slapped his roommate. He was found hiding in a crawl space under the home and he was arrested on preliminary charges of domestic violence, criminal mischief and domestic violence assault.

Deputies observed a vehicle speeding on State Road 224 and stopped the driver, detecting a strong odor of marijuana. The driver was asked if he had any weapons and he produced a knife and a metal pipe. The man was arrested on preliminary drug-related charges.

Sunday, May 24

A man pushed a woman at a Summit Park residence. The case was referred to the county attorney. Two juveniles stole items from a business at the Tanger Outlets. They were referred to juvenile court for the theft and released to their parents.

An unknown suspect forced open a gym door at a south Snyderville Basin hotel and took two 42" LED TVs. There were no fingerprints or surveillance cameras at the scene.

Saturday, May 23

A woman was sitting in the living room of her north Snyderville Basin apartment when she noticed a man standing outside her window watching her. Deputies were in the area within minutes of the call, but were unable to locate the suspect. While on patrol near the Silver Creek business park, deputies observed two individuals in dark clothing using a flashlight walking between cars. The men identified themselves and were released. However, deputies requested extra patrolling in the area because of recent burglaries.

A teen, who snuck out of her house, was found at a Jeremy Ranch residence and returned to her parents. She was reported missing Friday.

Friday, May 22

Deputies stopped a car near Jeremy Ranch once they discovered the registered owner had active warrants. When the driver was placed under arrest, she admitted she was in possession of paraphernalia. The passenger also forfeited a marijuana pipe. Drugs, assumed to be cocaine and methamphetamine, multiple glass pipes, and a .22 caliber 1911-model handgun were also found in the vehicle. Both suspects were arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

An unknown suspect broke into an unlocked vehicle parked in the south Snyderville Basin. The suspect took an unopened package of Beats by Dre headphones and a key ring, with approximately keys to various properties.

A Park City High School student is suspected of trespassing through a south Snyderville Basin yard. The man found a Park City School bus pass with the suspect’s name on and his gate unlocked.

An unknown suspect broke into an unlocked car parked in the south Snyderville Basin and stole the owner’s wallet containing numerous credit cards.

When deputies were dispatched to a burglary in North Summit, they discovered one of the suspects had seven outstanding warrants and she was taken into custody.

Thursday, May 21

Dispatch received a report that wire was taken from the cell phone tower near the Tollgate Canyon area.

Deputies stopped a car in Kimball Junction because the driver’s registration was expired. His car was impounded and he was cited for possession of marijuana and expired registration.

Tuesday, May 19

A woman reported to dispatch that when she returned to her south Snyderville Basin home she noticed that several things were moved around in her condo and her Samsung Galaxy tablet was missing. There are no suspects and no evidence was collected at the scene.

Monday, May 18

Deputies were dispatched to a south Snyderville Basin residence after receiving reports of a family fight. Deputies discovered the fight was a verbal argument and the parties were separated for the night.

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