On Sunday, Sept. 6 at 5:59 p.m., a driver reportedly hit another vehicle and left the scene on Sullivan Road, a small street on the edge of City Park. The police said nobody could describe the suspect vehicle.
The police were called to the 400 block of Main Street at 5:47 p.m., when someone reported that a dog that was tied up outside a nightclub had bitten several people. The dog’s fur is brown and black, and it wore a white collar, the police were told. Summit County Animal Control was contacted.
Someone reportedly was seen shoplifting on the 1700 block of Park Avenue at 4:20 p.m. Public police logs do not provide details.
A vehicle rolled out of a driveway at 1:49 p.m. on Woodside Avenue between 9th Street and 10th Street, the police were told. The vehicle was blocking the road, the police said.
The police warned some bicyclists who were riding in the skate park in City Park at 1:41 p.m. Bicyclists are occasionally seen in the skateboard park even though they are prohibited.
Three vehicles were reportedly seen parked on the sidewalk at the Park Avenue Heber Avenue intersection. One of them was parked too close to the intersection as well, the police said.
An officer awarded five coupons for Slurpees for people who were seen wearing helmets on the Guardsman Connection Road. Public police logs, though, did not indicate whether the people were riding bikes.
At 10:49 a.m., bicyclists were seen in the skateboard park. They were gone by the timed the police arrived.
A bicycle was found at 3:58 a.m. at the schools complex on Kearns Boulevard.
At 12:39 a.m., the police received a complaint from lake View Court, where kids reportedly rang a doorbell and ran across the street.
On Saturday, Sept. 5 at 8:33 p.m., a driver told the police a credit card had become stuck in a parking meter on the 200 block of Main Street.
Someone reported hearing sounds like fireworks or gunshots on the 1800 block of Homestake Road at 3:26 a.m.
The police were called to Prospector Avenue at 12:57 a.m., when two people were reportedly seen trying to break into a vehicle. Each was wearing a dark shirt and shorts. They ran across the road toward nearby apartments, the police were told.
On Friday, Sept. 4 at 9:11 p.m., someone told the police water balloons were being thrown on the 500 block of Main Street.
A driver left a gas station without paying a tab at 8:29 p.m., the police were told. The person was driving a gold sport utility vehicle and left on S.R. 224 heading toward Kimball Junction. The police found the driver, who returned to the gas station and paid the $41 that was owed.
A driver was seen on a bike path close to Lucky John Drive at 8:06 p.m. The driver left. The person was in a red Mini Cooper, the police were told.
At 6:06 p.m., someone reported there was a brush fire off Royal Street. Police officers and firefighters, though, did not see any smoke.
A car might have been stolen on the 2200 block of Monitor Drive, with the police receiving the complaint at 8:25 a.m. The car is a white Ford Mustang. The police said there was no record of it being towed.
On Thursday, Sept. 3 at 10:48 a.m. two pit bulls were seen running on Main Street. They have black and white fur.
On Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 3:30 p.m., two Park City High School students were reported as truant.
A baby moose was seen stuck in a drain on Aster Lane at 3:25 p.m. Public police logs did not provide details.
On Monday, Aug. 31 at 2:34 p.m., a deer had to be put down on Kearns Boulevard close to the Park City School District campus. It was not clear from public police logs what sort of injuries the animal suffered or what caused them. Drivers, though, occasionally strike animals on Kearns Boulevard.
A police officer warned two people for having dogs off leashes outside Park City High School at 2:25 p.m.
At 1:06 p.m. someone reported finding vandalized toilets and graffiti in the men’s restroom at the skateboard park.
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