Last week the Park City Police Department cracked down on open door violations on Main Street. Over two days, the police gave out 10 violations just after midnight of July 14 and 15.
Businesses cited include O’Shucks Bar and Grill, No Name Saloon, Doolans Sports Bar and Grill, Ciseros Restaurant, The Star Bar, Flanagan’s, Downstairs and Bistro 412.
Captain Phil Kirk said that the open door violations are compliance check, meant to ensure that businesses close their doors after ___. No citations are made, but businesses are given a warning to keep doors shut to reduce noise pollution coming from music or bars.
The No Name Saloon was cited for open door violations both nights.
Other incidents reported to the Police Department last week included:
On Monday July 12 at 10:49 a.m. someone reported discovering graffiti on the second story and south side of 427 Main Street.
Two city vehicles were involved in a fender bender accident near 1800 Three Kings Drive on July 12. The accident occurred at 11:40 a.m.
Four motorcycles were reported coming into Park City weaving in and out of traffic on State Road 224 at a very high rate of speed. The incident was reported at 8:05 p.m.
Someone reported a group of 8 to 10 male teenagers causing traffic problems near the Main Street Skate Park. The teens were reported to be riding skateboards in the road at 5:44 p.m.
July 14 it was police were notified of an unwanted person in the area of Sidewinder Drive. A male individual was seen riding a white bike and was reported to be harassing customers and acting hostile toward passersby. Police were contacted at 12:58 p.m.
At 6:37 a.m. the police were notified of a noise complaint just outside of the entrance to the Park City High School, where a man was cutting concrete with a chainsaw. The caller believed it was too early for the cutting but the police logs provide no further details.
Police received a call that a woman in a wheelchair with an oxygen tank was seen rolling alongside S.R. 224 and Meadows Drive. The log provided no other details.
At 9:21 a.m. a bus driver notified police of finding a man intoxicated in a bus shelter near 1500 Snowcreek Drive. The man was responsive when spoken too.
A group of four or five male friends were reportedly threatened by an old gentleman at the Main Street Skate Park. The incident occurred at 8:37 p.m. on July 16.
Someone reported that a group of three Latino individuals were verbally and physically fighting at 1750 Sidewinder Drive.
On July 17 a man reported finding his Lexus LX450 covered in sticky notes. The notes were placed on the man’s car by his neighbor, accusing him of striking the neighbor’s Porsche Cheyenne. Police logs showed no other details.
At 1793 Deer Valley Drive police were notified of a man knocking on cars at 10:14 p.m.
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