Men nabbed in Summit Park face litany of charges
A 21-year-old man arrested in a raid in Summit Park faces a litany of felony accusations after officers allegedly found weapons, drugs and cash.
Cody Michael Anderson is charged with three second-degree felonies of theft by receiving stolen property, documents filed in 3rd District Court state.
Anderson is charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and four counts of purchase/possession of a dangerous weapon, which are third-degree felonies.
Anderson also faces misdemeanor charges for possession of another’s identification documents, obstruction of justice and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Deputies say they arrested Anderson at the scene of a search warrant they executed April 28 at 390 Matterhorn Drive in the Snyderville Basin.
Also arrested at the house was Perry Mark Williams, 18, who is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a class B misdemeanor.
The occupants of the home did not answer when investigators knocked around 2:30 a.m., Summit County Sheriff Dave Edmunds said.
That morning deputies say they obtained a search warrant and found four pistols, two shotguns, a scoped rifle, ammunition, body armor, prescription drugs, marijuana and $20,000 inside the home, Edmunds said adding that digital scales, identifications, credit cards, several computers, digital music players and materials used to package drugs were also discovered at the scene.
Somebody allegedly riding a motorcycle too fast helped lead a deputy to the home, Wall said.
Some items found inside the house were linked to burglaries in the area, he said, adding that an Audi parked at the house was reportedly stolen.
Second-degree felonies in Utah are punishable by a fine and sentence of up to 15 years in prison. Those convicted of third-degree felonies could face five years in prison.
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