The following cases were heard in Summit County’s Third District Court last week:
The attorney for Aubrey Anderson, 31, from Salt Lake City, asked Judge Todd Shaugnessy to reduce the amount of bail for Anderson, which is currently set at $25,000. Summit County Attorney David Brickey said he wants the bail amount to remain high since Anderson is a flight risk and records indicate she has fled once before. Anderson is charged with two counts of reckless child abuse.
The following people were booked into the Summit County Jail last week:
Derek Arthur Porter and Jesse Val Dudley were booked into jail on June 7 and charged with criminal mischief.
Aubrey Alta Anderson was booked into jail on June 8 for two counts of reckless child abuse with injuries.
Trinidad Juan Elizarraras was booked into jail on June 11 for possession of more than one pound of marijuana.
Rory J Sevy was booked into jail on June 11 for possession of a dangerous weapon.
Lucas Ryan Strom was booked into jail on June 11 for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of more than one pound of marijuana, burglary and failure to stop on foot.
Summit County Sheriff’s deputies responded to multiple reports of residents driving under the influence in the Basin last week and cited numerous residents for shooting firearms on private property.
On Wednesday, June 6, a caller reported that a male was sitting in his Jeep in the parking lot of Jeremy Ranch Elementary School. The caller reported that the man did not appear to be picking up a student and when he saw that he was being watched he quickly left the area.
The Canyons Resort accounting department noticed discrepancies in a check deposit from March. After further investigation, Canyons discovered a former employee had kept two deposits totaling $80,000. The checks were cancelled but the suspect had reportedly already spent about $14,000 from the deposit.
Also on June 6, three suspicious people were reportedly hiking toward the water towers near Canyons Drive in the Basin. Deputies located the subjects who said they had been kicked out of Elk Meadows apartments and were looking for a place to live.
On June 7, deputies reported that two teenagers who had been drinking tried to flee on foot. One teenager ran into a creek and could not be located but deputies were able to make contact with him by phone.
In a separate incident, a Henefer resident reported that her trailer and multiple items had been stolen but had no proof that she owned the trailer.
On June 8, a resident in the Basin reported door-to-door salesmen in the Jeremy Ranch neighborhood. Officers responded and found that the two salesmen did not have Summit County business licenses and booked the men into jail.
An intoxicated male was arrested at Echo Creek reservoir after assaulting his girlfriend and a driver was stopped on Cutter Lane in the Basin for speeding and driving under the influence.
On June 9, deputies responded to a business in the Basin where a woman allegedly tried to shoplift lotion, tanning oil and hairspray. A Basin resident reported that $6,700 worth of jewelry had been stolen from her home and there were no signs of forced entry.
Also on June 9, deputies stopped four teenagers on Old Ranch Road in the Basin for speeding. The teenagers said they were going to their jobs at a local grocery store but when the deputies called the store manager, he said he had never heard of the teenagers. Deputies found a pellet gun inside their vehicle and black gloves. Two of the occupants in the vehicle were booked into the Summit County Jail for active warrants and one was arrested for unlawful consumption of alcohol.
On June 10, deputies assisted Utah Highway Patrol with a vehicle accident in Wasatch County and stopped multiple residents for speeding.
On June 11, Utah Highway Patrol stopped a vehicle on Interstate 80 and as they began to search the vehicle, one of the occupants ran away to the Elk Meadows Apartments in the Basin where he forced entry into a unit and tried to hide. Two sheriff’s deputies located the man and took him into custody. The other suspect was also taken into custody and several controlled substances were found in the vehicle.
Also on June 11, a woman in Henefer reported a man broke into her apartment and then ran away when she yelled at him. Deputies searched the area and eventually found the man in another apartment lying on the floor intoxicated.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on S.R. 224 and found that the driver had not installed a mandatory interlock device. Upon searching the vehicle deputies found a small amount of marijuana in his car and a knife.
Anita Lewis, Brent Ovard and Travis English were influential in shaping how residents interact with the county.