The following people were booked in the Summit County Jail last week:
Zachary Line, 22, from Park City, was arrested on June 29 for having an open fire, drug possession and contributing to the delinquency of minors.
The following cases were heard in Summit County’s Third District Court last week:
Shane Foster, 39, was sentenced to zero to five years in prison for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, a third-degree felony, and for possession of a restricted firearm. According to Summit County Attorney David Brickey, Foster was arrested in February in the Basin after members of the SWAT team served a no-knock search warrant late at night. Deputies found cash, methamphetamine and numerous weapons, including an assault rifle, crossbow, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and handguns.
Brickey said that Coalville resident Melvin Lee Kellogg, 36, who is charged with stalking a minor, had his first appearance in court last week and had a court date set for August 13. According to the charges, Kellogg was arrested after he repeatedly contacted a minor and kept going to the minor’s place of work to talk to him.
According to Brickey, if someone is given a reasonable amount of notice to stop contacting someone and they do so more than twice, they can be charged with stalking, a misdemeanor..
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to multiple reports last week of juveniles consuming alcohol and residents breaking the fire ordinance by having campfires.
On Monday, June 25, a resident reported that someone had burglarized her unlocked vehicle and stole a laptop, a Sirius radio and $30 in cash from her wallet.
A woman in Jeremy Ranch caused an estimated $1,000 in property damage with her vehicle after she drove it onto private property. Deputies responded to the scene and tested the woman for driving under the influence.
Also on June 25, a man was pulled over on Interstate 80 for speeding. Deputies located methamphetamine, marijuana and paraphernalia in the vehicle and on the driver.
On Tuesday, June 26, vandalism was reported in the pedestrian underpass in the Basin.
Also on June 26, a resident in Weber Canyon reported that someone was trespassing on his property by fishing in the river. When deputies spoke with the fisherman, he said he did not know he was not allowed to fish in the river. Deputies examined the route the man took and determined that he did know he was trespassing and issued him a citation.
On Wednesday, June 27, a juvenile male was apprehended at a business in the Basin for shoplifting cologne. The juvenile tried to flee but dropped his wallet in the process and was later apprehended by deputies.
Also on June 27, deputies responded to an abandoned vehicle report at Rockport Reservoir and determined that it was stolen last week from a parking lot in the Basin. Deputies found a driver’s license and documents inside the vehicle.
On Thursday, June 28, a Basin resident reported that $20,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from her house after she held a family party.
A business in the Basin reported that a male stuffed clothing down the front of his pants and then walked out of the store. Deputies were unable to locate the man.
Union Pacific Railroad reported that cows had gotten out of their pasture and were on the railroad track in Echo Canyon. Two cows were killed after they were struck by a train.
A juvenile girl was running with her mother on a dirt road in Marion when she tripped over a rock and broke her leg. Air Med was dispatched to transport the girl to a nearby hospital.
Also on June 28, deputies responded to the Oakley School after a 19 year-old male walked away from the school and made comments about harming himself. Deputies located the male and transported him to the Park City Medical Center.
On Friday, June 29, an Oakley resident reported jewelry was missing from her house. Deputies checked local pawn stores and were able to locate the jewelry and a suspect who admitted to stealing the items.
A construction worker on Silver Creek Drive reported that a male in a vehicle became enraged at being stopped for construction, got out of his vehicle and began yelling at the construction worker. The suspect then got back into his vehicle and quickly drove away.
A deputy arrested three juveniles near Redstone Towne Center for marijuana possession and consuming alcohol.
An intoxicated juvenile in the Basin was arrested for vandalizing numerous homes along Countryside Road and breaking decorative lights and car mirrors.
Also on June 29, deputies received reports of a door-to-door solicitor. Deputies located a female from Nevada who admitted to selling products without a business license. She was arrested and booked into jail
On Saturday, June 30, a vehicle was reported stolen from the Basin. The victim was a former police officer and said that a glock handgun and multiple police identification cards were inside the vehicle.
Also on Saturday, deputies responded to numerous calls of open fires in violation of the Summit County Fire Ordinance Saturday night. Campers in the Uintas and along Rockport Reservoir were issued citations for having campfires.
On Sunday, July 1, a Francis resident reported that someone spent $550 on iTunes with her credit card.
Also on Sunday, deputies and Summit County Search and Rescue responded to a potential drowning in the Weber River. Deputies found one woman who was injured from a boating accident and two overturned canoes. After searching the area deputies discovered that the two canoes were from a previous incident and that everyone was accounted for.
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