The following cases were heard in Summit County’s Third District Court in the last two weeks.
Salt Lake City resident Easton Fillmore, 24, pleaded guilty last week to attempted aggravated sexual abuse of a minor, a first degree felony. According to Summit County Attorney David Brickey, Fillmore inappropriately touched a 13-year-old girl at the Whitney Reservoir in Summit County. Fillmore was sentenced to three years to-life in prison.
Tracy W. Sargent, 53, a Coalville resident, was charged with five counts of obtaining a prescription by fraud or deception. Brickey said Sargent is a former Summit County Sheriff’s deputy and will be sentenced on July 9.
Patrick Gilmartin, 31, from Heber City, was sentenced to 10 years to-life in prison after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual abuse of a minor. Gilmartin sexually abused a Summit County resident in their home, according to Brickey.
Park City resident Lee M. Hindin, 43, pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful dealing of a fiduciary and communication fraud. Brickey said that Hindin took possession of property in Summit County that did not belong to him and used it to obtain a loan that he defaulted on. Hindin must pay the landowner $750,000 over the next few months before he receives a final sentence.
Last week, the following people were booked into the Summit County Jail.
Dale Allen Brackemyer was booked on June 2 for possession of a controlled substance.
Ryan Renner was booked on June 2 for possession of more than one pound but less than 100 pounds of marijuana.
David Venegas Rivera was booked on June 3 for warrant of arrest.
The Summit County Sheriff’s office received multiple reports last week of livestock blocking the road and residents complaining of loud music and outdoor parties being held late into the night. Two residents also reported aggressive door-to-door salesmen.
On May 28, a resident in Thaynes Canyon reported that a male was driving a car and appeared to be intoxicated. The driver reportedly backed into two parked cars before driving away. A resident reported that their basement had flooded due to a spring in the area and two people in a red Isuzu Rodeo in Wanship reportedly tried to get on Interstate 80 going the wrong way.
On May 29, a Pinebrook resident reported that a Volvo hit a minivan on Pinebrook Blvd. and then took off and an Ogden resident reported that her cabin in Echo Creek Ranches has a broken window and multiple items are missing.
On May 30, a Basin resident reported that an ex-employee had stolen $3,600 and disappeared before she paid it all back. A business owner in Kamas reported receiving a counterfeit $100 bill and three cars were reportedly racing in a resort parking lot in the Basin.
On May 31, a Basin resident said road workers yelled at him for driving too fast and told him to get out of his car. A Basin resident reported that a man in a Silver Hyundai with California plates got out of his vehicle and hit his car with an umbrella. A rape was reported to the Sheriff’s department. According to Summit County Detective Sergeant Ron Bridge, an investigation is underway.
On June 1, a Kamas resident reported that prescription medication was taken from her car. A Basin resident reported that he found his house for rent on KSL.com even though he was not trying to rent out his house and a Bountiful resident reported that someone had broken into his cabin in Summit County and stolen all of his medicine out of the cabinet.
Also on June 1, a Coalville resident reported that a homeless individual was living on the Rail Trail behind her house and a Basin resident reported that a dark colored Honda Accord was swerving in and out of traffic throwing trash and liquid at other cars.
On June 2, a resident reported that a seagull had crashed into the parking lot near Furburbia in the Basin and appeared to be injured. Multiple residents reported hearing gunshots near the Jeremy Ranch neighborhood in the Basin.
On June 3, the Oakley School reported a student walked off of the school’s campus and reportedly was headed to Wisconsin. A truck in Henefer crossed the train tracks and was hit by a train but the two occupants of the vehicle did not appear to have been injured.
Nearly a dozen Park City and Summit County officials sat on a public panel Wednesday to outline the way forward on wildfire management and to answer questions from residents.