Sheriff’s Report, May 20, 2015 | ParkRecord.com

Sheriff’s Report, May 20, 2015

The Park Record,

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office call logs, deputies responded to numerous calls between Tuesday, May 12, and Sunday, May 17, including the following:

Sunday, May 17

A south Snyderville Basin man called dispatch to report that an unknown suspect had broken into a shared storage unit sometime during the past two weeks and had taken several items.

An unknown suspect broke into four cars in the parking lot of a south Snyderville Basin church. Multiple items were taken from the cars, including a credit card that was later used at the Tanger Outlets. There was no evidence located at the scene.

An unknown suspect stole approximately $300 in quarters, as well as the SD storage cards for security cameras, from a South Summit business. The bucket used to carry the stolen quarters was located in a dumpster directly east of the business and was booked into evidence.

A Tanger Outlet’s business reported two women and a man activated an anti-theft alarm as they left the store. Employees attempted to make contact with the women, but one had already left the area. Witnesses observed a white Toyota Sequoia leaving the scene and deputies stopped the driver. Several empty bags to various stores in Tanger were located in the vehicle, but the driver denied being with anyone else and was released.

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Saturday, May 16

A North Summit woman got into a verbal argument with her son while driving on Interstate 84, when she dropped him off on the side of the road. After deputies arrived, the teen was involuntarily taken to Primary Children’s Medical Center.

A woman was stopped for a lane travel violation and no proof of insurance in North Summit. Deputies smelled alcohol and after the driver tested positive for alcohol, she was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail on preliminary charges of driving under the influence, possession of an open container, and a lane travel violation.

Friday, May 15

Deputies were dispatched to a hotel near Kimball Junction after receiving reports of a possible domestic violence incident. A man was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

Dispatch received reports of a fight taking place between two males on the shoulder of Interstate 80. When deputies arrived, they discovered a fight between the father and son originated in the car. The son was voluntarily transported to the University of Utah Hospital. The case will be screened by county attorney’s office for domestic violence charges.

Deputies were dispatched to a rollover accident in North Summit, where they found small amounts of marijuana and paraphernalia. Both the passenger and the driver were cited and released.

Thursday, May 14

Dispatch received reports of an intoxicated woman attempting to drive from a south Snyderville Basin hotel to her home in Park City. When deputies arrived, the woman claimed that she had been involved in a verbal argument during which she was slapped. Deputies were unable to substantiate her claim and she refused to fill out a statement. The woman was taken home via a taxi service. The case will be screened with the county attorney.

Dispatch received reports from a woman that her vehicle had been broken into at her north Snyderville Basin residence. The front passenger window was shattered and a purse was listed among the items stolen. Multiple credit cards were in her purse and had already been used.

Wednesday, May 13

An unknown suspect broke into two vehicles parked in the parking lot of a hotel near Kimball Junction. The suspect broke the rear windows of both vehicles and stole diving equipment from one. A white, 90s model SUV, occupied by a taller male and a female, was reportedly parked near the vehicle just prior to the burglary.

An unknown suspect broke into a 2000 Dodge Ram that was parked at a south Snyderville Basin business sometime between Friday, May 8, and Wednesday, May 13. Multiple items were reported stolen, including a hand gun.

A Tollgate citizen called to complain about a black Isuzu that had been abandoned. The vehicle was impounded.

Tuesday, May 12

Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for traffic violations. Both the driver and his passenger had outstanding warrants. After searching the vehicle, marijuana and paraphernalia were discovered. The driver was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail for the active warrants and driving on a suspended driver’s license. His passenger was also arrested for the warrants, as well as possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

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