Sheriff’s Report, Sept. 7-9, 2016 | ParkRecord.com

Sheriff’s Report, Sept. 7-9, 2016

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According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, Aug. 29, and Monday, Sept. 5, including eight suspected incidents of theft.

Monday, Sept. 5

Someone stole an iPod from an unlocked vehicle in the Basin.
 
A Basin couple contacted dispatch claiming that someone stayed in their house while they were on vacation.

A man reported his 2015 Kona Operator bicycle was stolen from inside his garage in the Basin.

Sunday, Sept. 4

A woman reported her Santa Cruz Juliana mountain bike as stolen from her Basin home. The bike is worth an estimated $2,000.
 
An investigation is underway to identify a suspect accused of using a Park City man's stolen credit card at a business in the Kimball Junction area.
 
Saturday, Sept. 3

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Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a home in the Basin. The man was arrested for aggravated assault, domestic violence in the presence of a child and intoxication.

Employees at a business in the Basin contacted deputies to keep the peace after an employee was fired. Deputies asked the man to not return to the property.
 
Employees of a business in the Kimball Junction area contacted dispatch about a family that had been panhandling in the parking lot. Deputies were unable to locate the family, but will ask them to not return to the property if found.
 
Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on Interstate 80. The driver was issued a citation and released.

Friday, Sept. 2

Officers with the West Valley Police Department found evidence at a man's home connected to several cases in Summit County, including a case involving a missing boat. While the boat was not located, several parts were recovered. The man was booked into jail.

An employee contacted dispatch after someone attempted to buy several gift cards worth large amounts. The suspect was released, but an investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a business in the Kimball Junction area after employees claimed to have witnessed a man inhaling chemicals in front of the store. The man was arrested on preliminarily charges of abusing chemicals.
 
Deputies responded to a business in the Kimball Junction area after employees claimed a donation box was damaged. The suspect attempted to pry open the back of the donation box, but was unable to gain access.  An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a property-line dispute in the Basin after a homeowner claimed his neighbor's landscaping crossed property lines.

Employees at a South Summit business contacted dispatch after finding several pill bottles with the wrong medication placed inside. An investigation is ongoing.

Thursday, Sept. 1

A woman contacted dispatch about a sexual assault that allegedly occurred last month. An investigation is ongoing.
 
A Basin man contacted dispatch after one of his employees failed to return a 2012 Ford Fusion. An investigation is ongoing.

Employees of a North Summit business contacted dispatch after a man stole beer from the store. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on Interstate 80 and arrested a man for an outstanding warrant. He was also preliminarily charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

A Basin woman claimed someone entered her home and stole bottles of prescription medication.

Deputies arrested a man for outstanding warrants and on preliminary charges of driving with an open container, driving on a suspended license and without insurance.

Someone spray painted the words "I told you" on a fork lift at a construction site in the Kimball Junction area.

Dispatch received a report that a North Summit woman was found deceased in her home. The death is not considered suspicious.

Deputies asked a man to never return to a South Summit apartment complex.

Wednesday, Aug. 31

A North Summit man claimed a clock for a sprinkling system worth approximately $1,000 was stolen. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies arrested a man at a North Summit construction site on preliminary charges of possession of paraphernalia after several people claimed to have seen a glass pipe falling out of his pocket.
 
Employees at a business in the Kimball Junction area contacted dispatch after finding a bag containing a drug presumed to be marijuana and a social security card. The woman was issued a citation for possession of marijuana.
  
A woman contacted dispatch to report a domestic violence incident that allegedly occurred last month. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman in the Basin. No citations were issued and the case will be forwarded to the county attorney's office.

Tuesday, Aug. 30

Deputies responded to a confrontation between two women in a neighborhood in the Basin. The case will be sent to the county attorney's office.

A woman lost her black wallet after leaving it on her vehicle while at a convenience store in the Basin.

Employees at a business in the Kimball Junction area claimed someone was starting fires in a nearby parking garage. Deputies located several juveniles, who were all released to their parents.

Several stolen wallets and purses were found in a dumpster in the Kimball Junction area. The items were stolen from different locations, including Ecker Hill Middle School and Salt Lake City. An investigation is ongoing.
 
Dispatch received a report that a man's stolen Air Force Academy ring had appeared for sale on eBay. The ring was up for sale at a thrift store in Tooele County. An investigation is ongoing.

Monday, Aug. 29

Dispatch received a report of three men climbing onto the roof of a business in the Kimball Junction area. Deputies arrested the men for having outstanding warrants and possession of alcohol by a minor after they refused to come down.

Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling along State Road 224 and arrested the driver on preliminary charges of possession of a drug presumed to be methamphetamine and paraphernalia.
 
Employees at a business in the Basin contacted dispatch after discovering a trailer had been tampered with, causing it to roll down a steep bank.
 
The interior of a building under construction in the Basin was spray-painted with phrases presumed to be environmentally supportive. Damage is estimated to be around $3,000.
 
Someone spray-painted gang-related images on a condominium complex in the Basin.
 
Employees at a business in the Basin contacted dispatch after someone stole several items, including a Dell laptop and more than $200 in cash.
 
A Basin woman contacted dispatch after claiming to have received a questionable check from someone to whom she sold a pair of skis.
 
A South Summit man was pronounced deceased at his home. An investigation is ongoing.

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