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Sheriff’s Report

  • According to the Sheriff’s Report, deputies received multiple anonymous tips on Friday, Dec. 21, about a juvenile party in North Summit involving alcohol.

    After obtaining a search warrant, deputies arrested nine individuals for consumption of alcohol by minors, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of drugs.

    Three juveniles were referred to juvenile court for illegal possession and consumption of alcohol. The two individuals who lived at the residence who were both over 21 were arrested for supplying alcohol to minors.

  • Also on Friday, deputies pulled a vehicle over on I-80 because the driver was wanted on several warrants. Several items of drug paraphernalia were found in the vehicle.
  • A South Summit juvenile ran away from a South Summit school group trip downtown. The juvenile reportedly had plans to travel to Las Vegas and possibly California.
  • Deputies stopped a vehicle in Kimball Junction for a window tint violation, and two of the occupants, both minors, were found to be in possession of alcohol. They were arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
  • A deputy pulled a vehicle over on S.R. 224 for a lane travel violation and smelled marijuana coming from the driver and the vehicle. The driver admitted to smoking marijuana 30 minutes prior to getting in his car, and handed over a jar with marijuana leaves and a glass pipe with residue. He was arrested and transferred to jail.
  • On Thursday, Dec. 20, a Jeremy Ranch woman reported a 21-year-old was selling alcohol and drugs to her juvenile daughter. A deputy observed a transaction between the suspects and arrested the 21-year-old for drug possession and providing alcohol to a minor. The juvenile was referred to juvenile court for possession of alcohol by a minor.
  • Deputies stopped a vehicle that they observed drive off a Basin roadway and into a ditch. The driver, 17, was found to be intoxicated and was taken to jail where they drew her blood. Her parents were called and they took custody of their daughter.
  • On Wednesday, Dec. 19, an individual was charged with theft after attempting to leave a Kimball Junction store without paying for an item.
  • Several individuals have been sleeping inside vehicles in an underground garage at Kimball Junction, usually showing up around midnight. Extra patrol was requested.
  • A Basin woman reported her vehicle had been hit sometime during the day. She discovered the accident when she returned home from shopping. There were no suspects as of Wednesday.
  • On Monday, Dec. 17, a vehicle hit another vehicle head-on. A man was reportedly driving too fast for the weather conditions southbound on Hoystville Road and failed to navigate a slight curve. He crossed the center line and hit a northbound vehicle. The other driver complained of head and back pain, and was transported to Park City Medical Center. The southbound driver was cited for driving too fast for existing conditions.
  • On Sunday, Dec. 16, deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the Basin. The individual found to be the aggressor was arrested for domestic-violence assault and criminal mischief.

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