A small vehicle rolled near Gorgoza.
A woman told deputies her neighbors had wrapped construction tape around her front door to taunt her daughter.
A Silver Springs resident complained vehicles were running over ducks and wanted signs posted asking drivers to slow down.
An East Side woman asked for help saying she was the victim of domestic abuse.
Scrap metal was reported stolen from a South Summit property.
A moose was reported in a yard.
A moose was reported near I-80 near Jeremy Ranch.
A caller said her neighbor had driven into a ditch and needed help. Deputies were also advised the driver was "consistently driving poorly."
A woman told deputies she thought her neighbor put someone up to stealing her tires.
Deputies responded to an attempted suicide.
A caller reported youth shooting at birds in the woods.
A loose pony was reported in South Summit.
A South Summit resident told deputies she believed her neighbors were selling drugs.
Deputies were asked to look for a South Summit teenager who had not made it home from work by 2 a.m.
A jeep in South Summit hit a deer that came through the windshield.
A North Summit mother said her seven-year-old son was the victim of a threatening prank call.
A South Summit man called deputies saying a neighbor frequently damaged his pasture and fence doing snow removal.
A vandal painted a car yellow.
Graffiti was reported in the tunnel between Frontage Road and Silver Creek.
A caller said three semi-trucks with no trailers were "playing chicken" with each other.
A dog was killed in a "hit-and-run" in South Summit.
A tenant called deputies reporting there were warrants out for his landlord after the landlord refused to refund a deposit.
Trespassing on a four-wheeler was reported in Silver Creek.
A caller complained of juveniles riding four-wheelers without helmets in South Summit.
Horses were loose in Brown’s Canyon.
A woman called to report her brother as missing for three years.
A South Summit man told deputies a woman was threatening his daughter.
A bear was reported hanging out on an 86-year-old woman’s front porch in South Summit.
A big black bull escaped in South Summit.
Three trespassers refused to leave a Silver Creek property saying they were looking for a lost dog.
A man was shooting a gun in the air to scare a moose away in the Basin.
A 17-month-old child was accidentally locked inside a car.
A caller in the Basin complained neighbors were keeping an ill-fed, ill-treated dog and were also likely dealing drugs.
Someone slashed a vehicle’s tires at an apartment building.
A moose and calf were trying to cross I-80 at Summit Park.
A truck rolled near S.R. 224.
A herd of elk were in the road about 8 p.m.
In injured moose or elk was blocking a road around 10 p.m.
A South Summit woman said someone intentionally flattened her tires while she was at work.
A mudslide was reported in the Basin.
Deputies were asked to investigate people shooting guns.
A backyard and basement flooded in the Basin.
A caller told deputies that a Chalk Creek tributary was eroding Chalk Creek Road about four miles east of Coalville.
A man was reported exposing himself to children at a Basin gym.
A domestic dispute was reported in North Summit.
A Colorado resident asked deputies to investigate a flooded home.
Residents complained of loud music at a South Summit pub.
People were shooting guns in South Summit.
A wildland fire was reported in South Summit.
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