Another bicyclist pulled over by Park City police |

Another bicyclist pulled over by Park City police

by Jay Hamburger The Park Record

A Park City police officer recently pulled over a bicyclist after watching the rider run a stop sign, the Police Department said, the second such case in June.

Police Chief Wade Carpenter said an officer was on a routine patrol in Park Meadows when the rider went through a stop sign without stopping first on the 2300 block of Meadows Drive. The case was reported at just before 2 p.m. on June 20.

The police officer stopped the bicyclist and warned the person for failing to stop at a stop sign.

Meanwhile, in another case on June 20, the Police Department received a complaint that a bicyclist did not stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Sidewinder Drive and Doc Holliday Drive. The report was filed at just after 11 a.m.

An officer found the bicyclist and issued a warning for not stopping, Carpenter said. The bicyclist is a 22-year-old man who lives in the Snyderville Basin.

The two cases came less than two weeks after another bicyclist was stopped by a police officer after the officer witnessed the rider run a stop sign in Park Meadows. In that case, the rider was on or close to the 2000 block of Lucky John Drive.

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Bicyclists are required to follow traffic laws such as stopping at stop signs when they are riding on public roads.

Traffic stops like the ones in June are rare for the Police Department.