Between Tuesday, May 20, and Saturday, May 24, the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to numerous calls, including the following:
Deputies were dispatched to a burglary off of Interstate 80 near the Wyoming border on May 20, where a man claimed that an unknown suspect had entered his unoccupied ranch, broke the window to his shed and stole a fuel tank and compressor. The suspect was later identified when the fuel tank was found at a metal recycling facility in Evanston.
On May 20, a woman reported that a suspicious male was in a parking lot in South Summit. The man had followed her back to her residence and was later found to have a mental disability. He was advised to stay away from the woman.
No charges were filed during a domestic violence incident in the Snyderville Basin on May 21. The two parties involved agreed to work things out together.
A man claimed that an unknown male had elbowed him in the head without provocation in the Basin on May 21. The man and his friend were intoxicated and could provide no suspect information. The individual was taken to the hospital.
A juvenile female admitted to assaulting a juvenile male in South Summit on May 21. The male declined to press charges.
Contact was made with a wanted man at Kimball Junction on May 21. During a search, a glass pipe was found in the man's front pocket and he was arrested at the scene. The passenger of his vehicle, a woman, had multiple warrants and was also arrested.
An individual reported that on May 22 that a window had been broken at a church in the Basin. There were no suspects at the time of the report and follow-up was to be conducted.
An angry parent was reported at a Basin school on May 22. The parent wanted to speak with the principal and vice principal and a deputy was called in to monitor the situation since the parent was known to be "unpredictable." It was discovered the parent had also recorded the meeting with the principal and assistant principal without their knowledge. The case will be forwarded to the county prosecutor.
A woman in North Summit reported on May 23 she had been contacted by phone that she had won a new car and a large sum of money. She sent $210 through a money transfer to cover "processing fees." She was also told to deposit money she received to another individual to receive her car. The case was put under investigation.
A South Summit woman reported a suicidal male on May 23. The man was barely conscious when deputies arrived to his residence and he was transported to the hospital.
A dump truck rolled down a hill in the Basin on May 23 while it was being towed. No one was in the truck and crews were working to get it removed.
During a traffic stop for a vehicle on Interstate 80 on May 23, a male driver's suspicious behavior led a deputy to conduct a canine sniff of the vehicle. A small amount of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was found inside and the man was booked into jail.
The manager of a Kimball Junction business reported on May 23 that an employee had entered the store late at night and stolen $250 in cash from a cash box. Surveillance footage showed the suspect committing the theft and he was found the next day at a South Summit business. He was found with drug paraphernalia and a syringe with heroin residue and was arrested.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence report in the Basin on May 23 in which a man admitted to assaulting a woman inside a residence. He was arrested and booked into jail.
The parents of a male juvenile and a female juvenile reported on May 23 that the two had been bullied in the Basin by several individuals who had followed the two until a parent arrived. Only one of the suspect's parents was able to be contacted.
Two juvenile males were found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in South Summit on May 23. They were issued juvenile referrals and their parents were contacted.
Deputies responded to the residence of a wanted felon in the Basin on May 23. The felon, a male, had reportedly run from officers in the past. The man had attempted to flee out the back door while deputies were talking to his parents at the front door, but then fled back in the house when deputies were waiting outside. He was combative and kicked at officers and was eventually put into leg restraints to be transported to jail.
Security officers at a Kimball Junction business reported a retail theft on May 24. Although a report and video surveillance could not be obtained, the manager believed two male suspects were responsible, stating they had committed theft before.
A reckless male driver was reported on the Mirror Lake Highway on May 24 and deputies observed the driver weaving in and out of his lane. Once stopped, the man was found to have blood-shot eyes and slurred speech. He failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.
A deputy stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for having no license plate. During the course of the stop, it was determined that the driver, a male, had consumed alcohol. He failed sobriety tests with a 0.126 blood-alcohol content and was arrested. An open container of alcohol was also found in the vehicle.