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Sheriff’s Report, March 30-April 1, 2016

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The Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District has been having an ongoing problem with someone smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol in one of its trailhead bathrooms, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

The Sheriff’s Office said the incidents have occurred at The Woods trailhead bathroom, located on Parley’s Lane. The report said the suspects are also clogging the toilets with paper towels.

The recreation district installed a lock on the door and a trail camera in the hopes of identifying the trouble makers. However, the report states the suspects are overriding the lock and the camera did not capture any images.

Sgt. Ron Bridge said no one has been arrested or cited in connection with the incidents.

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, March 21, and Sunday, March 27, including two deaths:

Sunday, March 27

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Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation involving a man and a woman at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood, but did not issue any citations. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.

Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation involving a man and a woman at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood. The man was transported to the University of Utah Hospital before being released with a citation for domestic violence assault. A juvenile was also transported to Park City medical Center and involuntarily committed.

Deputies responded to a report of a fight between two men at a North Summit business and arrested a man on preliminary charges of intoxication and disorderly conduct.

Saturday, March 26

A 61-year-old man from Rock Springs, Wyoming, was found unresponsive in the bathroom of a rest stop along Interstate 80. He was later pronounced deceased. There was no evidence of foul play.

Deputies arrested the employee of a Kimball Junction-area business for an outstanding warrant out of Wasatch County.

Dispatch received a report about two men involved in a road rage incident on State Road 224. One of the complainants claimed the other driver swerved toward him. When they pulled over, the complainant said the driver was swearing at him and attempted to open his door and rip off his mirror before driving away. No citations were issued.

Dispatch received a report about a man walking along Mirror Lake Highway/State Road 150 who had allegedly broken into a nearby cabin. The man was involuntarily committed to McKay Dee Hospital.

Friday, March 25

Dispatch received a report of a South Summit teen who was reported missing. He was later found.

Dispatch received a report from a man claiming his air conditioner, two chain saws and some paperwork had been stolen from his North Summit home. When deputies arrived, they noticed the chainsaws and air conditioner were still inside his home and the man had been drinking. The paperwork was not located.

An employee of a Kimball Junction-area businesses reported an argument between two other employees where one was threatened with a knife. The employees gave conflicting stories and neither wanted to press charges. No citations were issued.

Thursday, March 24

While investigating a report of a stolen vehicle from a North Summit home, deputies discovered the suspect had a $25,000 outstanding warrant. However, he was not located.

Deputies responded to a report of an unconscious 75-year-old Park City man. He was later pronounced deceased.

A woman reported a 2007 Honda CRF50 children’s dirt bike was stolen from her North Summit home. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a report about an unconscious man at a home in the Kimball Junction-area home. He was taken to an area hospital and later arrested upon release. While at the home, deputies arrested three men and two women after finding drug paraphernalia.

During a traffic stop, deputies discovered the driver had two outstanding warrants and she was arrested.

Deputies responded to a report of a traffic accident at a Basin-area gas station after the driver lost control and struck an embankment and concrete barrier.

Deputies stopped a vehicle for running a stop sign on a road in a Basin-area neighborhood. The driver had an outstanding warrant in Salt Lake County Justice Court and he was arrested at the Summit County Justice Center.

A man claimed his semi-truck sustained damage after he had hit a concrete pole in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction-area business. An investigation is ongoing.

Tuesday, March 22

Dispatch received a report from a woman who claimed she left her wallet on the front steps of her condominium in the Basin and when she returned it was missing.

Deputies responded to a North Summit home after a man reported that someone had scratched the driver’s side window and smashed the windshield of his vehicle.

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