Between Thursday, April 3, and Monday, April 7, the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to numerous calls including the following:
A young boy riding a golf cart in South Summit fell out and was run over by the cart, becoming momentarily pinned. He suffered a hip injury and was flown via LifeFlight to a children's hospital.
A male suspect exposed himself to a juvenile female on a bus near Kimball Junction. After the Sheriff's Office was called, the man was located shortly thereafter and admitted to doing so. After a pat-down of the man, a small bag of methamphetamine and a glass pipe was found. He was transported to the Summit County Jail.
A deputy was dispatched to a domestic violence call in the Snyderville Basin. After investigating, it was found a female, who was intoxicated, had assaulted a male. She was then arrested.
During a traffic stop for a man driving on Interstate 80, an odor of alcohol was found on the man's breath and field sobriety tests were conducted. The man was arrested for driving under the influence.
A license plate check on a suspect vehicle on I-80 came back showing the vehicle had no insurance. A traffic stop was conducted on the driver, a woman; she claimed she had her insurance at home. A records check showed her license was denied and had two warrants for her arrest one for $10,000 and the other for $3,000. She was arrested and booked into jail.
A woman stated that she had been assaulted by a man, who had begun to throw items around the house, hitting her in the leg.
A deputy responded to a report of an injury accident in the Basin. On the scene, the deputy witnessed a vehicle strike a brick mailbox. After approaching the vehicle's driver, a male, multiple open containers of alcohol were found inside and the man failed field sobriety tests. He was arrested and booked into jail.
A man in the Basin reported that while he was cleaning out the residence of his wife he found marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside. Deputies responded and seized the evidence.
Following a traffic stop on State Road 248, a male driver was found to have two active warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into jail and his vehicle was towed.