Sheriff’s Report: Couple arrested for drugs in Kimball Junction

The Summit County Sheriff's report.

A husband and wife were arrested by Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies over the weekend in Kimball Junction after they were found with a small amount of methamphetamine.

The couple was parked outside of Big 5 Sporting Goods before business hours on Sunday morning, which deputies found suspicious. They checked the vehicle registration and discovered the car was not insured and the registered owner had an active no-bail felony warrant, according to a report from the Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle a short time later. User amounts of meth and drug paraphernalia were found inside the car after a K9 alerted deputies to the presence of narcotics. The husband and the wife were arrested for multiple warrants and face charges related to the drugs.

The Sheriff’s Office responded to several other calls between Monday, Nov. 6, and Sunday, Nov. 19, including reports of active warrants and DUI.

Friday, Nov. 17

A traffic stop was conducted on S.R. 224. Deputies suspected the driver may be under the influence of alcohol and launched an investigation. The driver was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail without incident. 

Thursday, Nov. 16

A vehicle was stopped near Kimball Junction for an expired registration and active warrants. The driver was arrested for the warrants. The car was released to the man’s roommate.

Thursday, Nov. 9

Deputies made contact with an individual who had an active warrant. He was transported to the Summit County Jail without incident. 

Monday, Nov. 6

Deputies stopped a vehicle in Kamas for warrants. The driver was determined to have an active arrest warrant. The individual was transported to the Summit County Jail.

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