Featured in this last week's Sheriff's Report are the burglaries of two homes in the Basin. A window cleaner is suspected of stealing an iPad and jewelry from the homes in which he was working. He denied the allegations when confronted by his employer, but has since failed to show up for work and has disconnected his phone. His employer plans to contact the homeowners concerning the stolen items.

In other incidents reported by the Sheriff's Department, a woman was stopped for an active warrant on Saturday, Sept. 29. During a car search, several pipes and Oxycodone were discovered. She was arrested for the warrant, drugs and also for driving with a suspended license.

A woman called deputies about allegedly being assaulted by her boyfriend. When the deputies responded and investigated, it was discovered she was the primary aggressor and she was booked into jail.

A hiker went missing near Shepard Lake when the parties became separated. The missing man was later found a half-mile up the trail. He had become disoriented in the dark and had decided to stay put.

A woman's purse was reported stolen and the credit cards used at several Tanger Outlet stores, one of which had the suspects on video.

Three fraudulent travelers checks for $100 each were used to purchase items at the Outlet stores. The suspects were captured on video surveillance and copies were referred to investigators.

A man was pulled over in the Basin on Friday, Sept. 28 for an active warrant.


During a search, deputies found Oxycodone in his front pocket. He was arrested for the warrant, drugs and also driving with a suspended license.

Deputies responded to a disorderly conduct call in the Basin where a boy kicked a television. The mom told deputies he had been smoking marijuana and wanted him taken to detention. After searching, deputies found a glass bong, marijuana and a Trazodone pill. The juvenile was arrested and booked into the juvenile detention center.

A Park City female consumed large amounts of alcohol in a short period of time and made suicidal comments to a friend, who called 911. Deputies and medical responded and the girl voluntarily committed herself to the University of Utah Medical Center.

Three people in East Summit County got into an altercation after becoming intoxicated. All three had been assaulted but they would not say who assaulted whom. One of them accused the other two of cheating. One man put his arm through a window and two of them got into a fistfight and damaged the residence. All three were arrested.

On Thursday, Sept. 27, a house and car in Jeremy Ranch was egged. The deputy took the egg carton that had been left in the street for evidence, and photos were taken of the garage, car and other areas hit by the eggs. There are currently no suspects.

A suspect was arrested in Peoa on Wednesday, Sept. 26 for forgery and possession of a stolen handgun. The man confessed to breaking into a house twice and stealing jewelry to pawn. He also admitted to breaking into his relatives' house and stealing checks, which he cashed for food and power tools.

A phone was allegedly stolen from a Kimball Junction restaurant. She tracked the phone to two different locations but deputies were unable to locate it. She had the phone deactivated and was told to notify the Sheriff's Office if she receives any additional locations on the phone.

A man said another man was sending him harassing text messages and calling him multiple times, which he refuses to answer. It was referred to the victim advocate representative about getting a protective order. The man allegedly sending the messages was contacted by deputies to stop contacting the complainant, which he agreed to do.

A transient shelter was constructed near the trail behind the Temple Har Shalom on the Jewish Community Center property. Several trespassing notices were posted on the shelter, which would be destroyed if still present the following day.

After being alerted to an in-progress bank robbery in Kimball Junction, deputies responded to the scene where they found the suspect nearby. During the interview, the suspect said she had given the bank teller a note, which said that she (the suspect) would be tased if she could not cash her paycheck. Deputies discovered the note to be false and cited the suspect for disorderly conduct, having caused alarm at the bank.

On Wednesday night, deputies received a report that a teenage boy was exposing himself in the Basin. When the deputy made contact with him, he was found to have a mental illness. Charges will be screened by the county attorney.

When deputies pulled a car over on S.R. 224 at Cove Canyon Drive for a moving violation on Tuesday, Sept. 25, the deputies discovered the driver had a revoked driver license and three active warrants. He was arrested and transported to jail.

A car was pulled over on I-80 westbound for a traffic violation. Both the driver and passenger gave false names. The passenger had a warrant for her arrest, and heroin packaging materials and scales were found in the car. Both driver and passenger were arrested.

Deputies responded to a domestic assault in East Summit County on Monday, Sept. 24. The boyfriend left the residence on foot before deputies arrived and they were unable to locate him.

Following a traffic stop on I-80 westbound, a driver was discovered to have three active warrants. He was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.

Someone stole 600 feet of scrap and copper cable, valued at $1,000, at a construction site in the Basin sometime between Saturday and Monday. The suspect appears to have entered the site along an unlit area. The construction company has requested extra patrols of the area.

During a routine registration check on a car on Frontage Road in the Basin, the driver was discovered to have an active warrant and a suspended driver license. He was stopped, arrested and transported to jail.

Deputies responded to a complaint Monday night that drug use was occurring at his home. When the deputies arrived, a vehicle was leaving with drug paraphernalia in plain view. When the car was searched, the deputies also found heroin and marijuana.