On Sunday, May 29, the police were summoned to Morning Star Drive after someone became concerned a person might be inside a storage unit at a home. The police, though, did not find a problem. The case was classified as suspicious.
On Saturday, May 28 at 6:51 p.m., the police were called to the 1500 block of Snow Creek Drive after a driver in a pickup truck reportedly nearly sideswiped a vehicle. The driver of the pickup truck appeared "dazed," the police were told.
Someone on Monarch Drive reported a laptop computer and a cable missing at 5:57 p.m. The police classified the case as a burglary, but public police logs did not provide details.
The police were called to a spot along Kearns Boulevard at 5:47 p.m., when someone reported that people might be using a slingshot in the area. An investigating officer did not find signs of any problems. It was not clear from public police logs where along Kearns Boulevard the case was reported.
The Police Department and the Park City Fire District responded to an address on Thistle Street at 9:25 a.m., when someone reportedly burned toast. Public police logs did not provide details about the response.
Several kids reportedly stole a street sign on Ontario Avenue sometime before 1:21 a.m. and loaded it into a vehicle. The sign was located and then put back, the police said.
On Friday, May 27 at 11:48 p.m., the police received two complaints about loud music on Main Street. It was not clear from public police logs where the complaints originated from.
The Police Department at 7:59 p.m., received a complaint from someone who found a boot on a Mercedes on the 1300 block of Lowell Avenue. The police said a condominium association ordered the boot to be put on the vehicle.
The police at 3:52 p.m. received a delayed report of a hit-and-run traffic accident that occurred in a parking lot on the 1700 block of Sidewinder Drive. The accident occurred 11 days prior to the police being notified.
At 9:07 a.m., a problem with a power pole was reported on Munchkin Road. The power box reportedly malfunctioned and then stopped working. The Fire District responded to the case with the police.
At 7:47 a.m., a driver ran into a power box on the 1900 block of Deer Valley Drive. Nobody was injured, the police said.
On Thursday, May 26, the Police Department indicated there was graffiti found on PC Hill.
At 8:52 a.m., the police received a report that a stolen check had been cashed on Park Avenue. The checkbook had been reported stolen in Midvale, the police said. Public police logs did not provide details, including the amount of the check that was cashed in Park City.
At 1:17 a.m., a tree was found in the road on Guardsman Connection. The Streets Department was alerted to clear the road.
A wallet was reportedly stolen on Sidewinder Drive at 8:58 p.m.
On Wednesday, May 25 at 11:07 a.m., a suspected fraud case was reported by someone on Deer Valley Drive. The person wanted to speak to an officer. Public police logs did not provide details.
A driver hit a deer along the S.R. 248 entryway at 10:40 a.m.
On Tuesday, May 24 at 8:49 p.m., a moose was seen just off S.R. 224 close to the McPolin Farm.
At 3:21 p.m., a vehicle rolled into another vehicle on Iron Horse Drive.
On Monday, May 23 at 5:27 p.m., water was reportedly seen gushing out of the ground in three places along Estates Drive. The water formed a pool approximately two feet deep, the police were told. The Police Department indicated there was a problem with utilities.
At 11:07 a.m., the police received a complaint that a driver took a picture of a house on Holiday Ranch Loop Road. The person was driving a black hatchback and snapped the photo approximately 45 minutes before the police were called. The police classified the case as suspicious.
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A group of people that appeared to largely represent Park City’s development and real estate industries joined family members of the late United Park City Mines President Hank Rothwell on Wednesday as a road was named in his honor. It was a tribute to a key figure in the great growth battles of the 1990s.