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Sheriff’s Report

May 9

A bike was reported stolen from Main Street in Park City.

A semi-truck in North Summit with blown rear trailer tires was throwing debris.

Two vehicles were drag racing in the Basin when one vehicle couldn’t make a corner and hit a pole, causing airbags to deploy in both vehicles.

A female wearing a gray beanie and flannel shirt was reported going door to door in a black Suburban in the Park City area.

Two males were soliciting in the Basin area. Unlicensed solicitation is illegal in Summit County.

Two males who appeared intoxicated were walking around asking people to vote for them. Neither had been seen in the area before.

A hawk with a broken wing was seen in the road in North Summit.

A North Summit man ordered a pizza and took it without paying and threatened the employees.

May 10

A yearling moose was seen wandering around not hurting anything in Ranch Place subdivision.

A female notary was selling test answers. The more you pay the more answers you get.

A woman reported seeing a man walking near State Road 32 who may be the missing Dugway soldier.

Men shooting guns were spotted near a shed in the Promontory area and left in a gray Jeep.

A woman is trying to make the tenants of her trailer vacate the premise but no one is answering the door.

May 11

A Basin man reported items missing from the garage of his home. He had recently purchased the residence and the garage contained some property from the previous owner.

Children were seen locked inside a vehicle in Park City.

A Basin resident reported a neighbor was threatening them; she left in a white Dodge truck.

A South Summit woman said her 13-year-old daughter has been talking to a man on Skype and her phone.

A Basin woman reported being attacked by her mother, stating that she tried to leave the house and her mother jumped on her and hit her.

Shoplifting was reported at Tanger Outlet.

May 12

A Basin woman was concerned with the safety of the children at the elementary school with the moose in the area.

An 18-year-old male in the Basin walked away from a school and headed toward Salt Lake City.

In North Summit a silver Saturn was seen speeding up and down roads with a teenage girl driving.

A Basin home-owner has property of renters, he told the renter he was banned from the property.

A red tractor-trailer took off without paying for gas in the Basin.

A North Summit boy reported he could not find his mom.

A South Summit parent reported her daughter being bullied at the high school again.

May 13

Shots were reportedly fired in the Basin

DVDs were stolen from their cases at the Park City Library.

A noise complaint was made in the Basin regarding possible drinking and lots of noise for three hours.

A West Jordan man believed he left his wallet at the Silver Creek 7Eleven, no one had turned it in.

North Summit woman reported her ex-husband and his girlfriend have been stalking her and giving her continual problems.

A grass fire reported in South Summit was contained.

May 14

Trucks with snowmobiles were reported blocking the roadway in Weber River Canyon on private property.

A South Summit man reported his girlfriend was being violent and breaking items.

A black truck was reported driving off-road in the Basin, speeding past hikers and bikers on its way to pickup a hot-air balloon.

A complaint was made that a dog in the Basin had been barking steadily for two days and nights.

May 15

A silver Honda Civic hit a vehicle and left the scene in North Summit.

Two guns were lent to a friend and then were "stolen" from that friend in South Summit.

A Basin man reported that the outside speakers at a Redstone establishment are too loud and violating the noise ordinance.

May 16

A car hit a horse on State Road 32 in South Summit

A South Summit woman wants a deputy to meet her at her house and pick up guns that were left there.

A Basin woman keeps finding bottles of cough medicine in her bushes.

A woman was in the road trying to save a cat that got hit by a car, becoming a traffic hazard herself.


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