County Sheriff’s Report
A group of hunters who shot two cow elk Tuesday near Rockport reservoir had permits and permission from the property owner, authorities say.
Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources had issued the men "depredation" tags in order to trim herds in the area so animals don’t bother property owners in the Bridge Hollow area, Summit County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Sherm Farnsworth said.
Meanwhile, when deputies arrived at the home of a 44-year-old woman in the Snyderville Basin last week she was threatening herself with a kitchen knife, Farnsworth said.
"She was upset and seemed to be depressed," he said, adding that, "We took the knife and they ended up taking her down to the University Hospital to be evaluated."
Other calls received by county dispatchers included:
No injuries were reported as a result of a traffic accident that involved two vehicles in western Summit County on Jan. 7 at 9:14 a.m.
Copper pipes were allegedly stolen from a construction site in North Summit on Jan. 7.
A man driving a pickup truck allegedly stole $98.22 worth of gasoline from a station in Coalville on Jan. 8.
On Jan. 8, suspects were spotted stealing items from a construction site in western Summit County.
On Jan. 8, a Snyderville man told a dispatcher he believed a mechanic at a car dealership near Kimball Junction stole his wallet from his vehicle.
A motorist was investigated for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol in western Summit County on Jan. 9 at 2:02 a.m.
A Ford F-350 pickup truck that was towed in western Summit County was reportedly stolen from the towing yard on Jan. 9.
"Sometime during the night the chain had been cut and then they opened up the gate and took the truck out of the impound yard," Farnsworth said, adding that the vehicle was being stored at a business near Parleys Summit. "They know who the registered owner of the truck is and that’s obviously a good starting point for the investigation."
No injuries were reported as a result of a traffic crash in western Summit County that involved a Plymouth Voyager and Isuzu Rodeo on Jan. 9.
A minor traffic crash reported Jan. 9 involved a BMW and Toyota sport-utility vehicle at Tanger Outlet Center at 3:02 p.m.
Men riding snowmobiles were trespassing in a pasture in the Snyderville Basin on Jan. 9.
A man in western Summit County told a dispatcher someone slashed tires on his Oldsmobile Cutlass on Jan. 10.
On Jan. 10, an Infinity was allegedly burglarized in the Snyderville Basin.
A case of fraud was reported to the Sheriff’s Office Jan. 10 after a Snyderville man’s bank card was allegedly used in Saudi Arabia.
No injuries were reported as a result of a traffic accident that involved two vehicles in the Snyderville Basin Jan. 11 at 10:31 a.m.
No injuries were reported when a man driving a Ford pickup truck backed into a Chrysler Pacifica in a hotel parking lot at Kimball Junction and left the scene on Jan. 12.
On Jan. 12, a Francis man told a dispatcher someone damaged his garage door by driving into it.
No injuries were reported as a result of a hit-and-run traffic crash reported from Kamas on Jan. 12.
A South Summit man told a dispatcher he was assaulted by a group of men at the Beaver Creek Inn on Jan. 12 around midnight.
"He himself was an intoxicated individual," Farnsworth said, adding that deputies made no arrests. "People at the Beaver Creek Inn said this guy was drunk, stumbling over things, out of control and he needed to go."
On Jan. 13, an Oakley man claimed three men entered his home at approximately 1:45 a.m. and threatened him while saying "that he was cheating with someone," a Sheriff’s Office incident report states.
Deputies were investigating a domestic dispute that occurred near Brown’s Canyon Road on Jan. 13 at 2:04 a.m.
An Oakley woman wasn’t injured when she reportedly struck a horse while driving on Jan. 13.
"I don’t have any disposition on the horse," Farnsworth said. "With as much livestock as we have in the county this doesn’t happen that often."
Equipment was reportedly stolen from a construction site in western Summit County on Jan. 13.
A North Summit man told a dispatcher someone took 13 of his sheep without paying for them on Jan. 13 at 6:37 p.m.
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