Sheriff’s report: Sheriff’s substation burglarized at Outlets Park City
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office substation at the Outlets Park City was burglarized on Sunday, according to Sheriff’s Lt. Andrew Wright.
The office has maintained that station for years, Wright said, but this is the first time he has ever heard of it being burglarized.
The suspect clearly rifled through the office and made off with a police radio, Wright said. Both doors were open, and he said it appeared someone had used a credit card to jimmy the locks. The outer door is emblazoned with a huge Sheriff’s Office logo, and he said deputies were shocked that someone would have the guts to break into an obvious law enforcement domain.
He said the substation contains some physical training equipment but no weapons or other valuable items. The office is considering adding deadbolts in the future, Wright said.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several other calls between Monday, Oct. 14, and Sunday, Oct. 20, including ceasing the active search for a hunter in the Uintas and tasing an unruly patron of a Kamas bar.
Sunday, Oct. 20
Deputies assisted the Utah Highway Patrol with several accidents that caused injuries.
Summit County Search and Rescue terminated the command center and suspended the active search for the missing hunter near Lyman Lake. Wright indicated the search would continue as weather and resources allow, and that the team would follow up on all leads.
An 80-year-old Marion man died Sunday night. Emergency personnel suspended lifesaving procedures after about 25 minutes once they discovered a do-not-resuscitate order.
A Murray woman was tased and taken to jail after refusing to leave a Kamas bar. She was intoxicated and asked to leave multiple times. After leaving, she was stopped by a Kamas police officer. She was tased during the traffic stop. She was booked into jail for outstanding warrants and suspicion of intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Saturday, Oct. 19
Deputies assisted Utah Highway Patrol on numerous slide-offs and accidents on state roads.
Residents of the Wild Willow neighborhood in Francis reported four youths causing damage in the area. Deputies responded to numerous criminal mischief and theft calls in the area, including multiple damaged mailboxes and smashed pumpkins. Deputies indicated they would patrol the area.
Friday, Oct. 18
A package worth $124 was stolen from a Bear Hollow porch sometime during the day. Deputies indicated there was no surveillance footage or additional evidence and that they did not have a suspect.
Sometime in the last week, someone stole a license plate from a Pinebrook resident’s vehicle and replaced it with a license plate from a stolen vehicle. Deputies indicated they would follow up.
A 26-year-old Park City woman allegedly stole $60 from the till of a Kimball Junction business she formerly worked for. Deputies indicated they had surveillance footage, a signed statement from the employee and that they would attempt to contact the woman.
Wednesday, Oct. 16
A woman who attempted to evade deputies by speeding into her garage and shutting the garage door turned herself into authorities after a warrant was issued for her arrest. Deputies indicated they had originally smelled alcohol on the woman and that a possible DUI charge would likely be replaced by a felony evading charge. A deputy thwarted the garage door with his foot by tripping the signal that put the door back up. The woman then ran into her house and closed the door.
A 22-year-old man racked up $700 on a company credit card without permission and went on the run. The person who notified the Sheriff’s Office indicated he thought the man was on the run from a previous case. Deputies indicted they would follow up with the bank and the case would be screened with the County Attorney’s Office for charges.
An unknown suspect robbed an unlocked vehicle parked off Kilby Road. Deputies indicated the case would be forwarded to the Investigations Division.
Tuesday, Oct. 15
Deputies pulled over a pickup truck traveling northbound on S.R. 32 for a report of a family fight. There were no signs of physical contact and both individuals involved indicated they would separate for the evening if the argument continued.
Thieves who stole a wallet at Whole Foods used credit cards at the Park City Best Buy and a Target in Salt Lake City. Deputies indicated they reviewed surveillance footage from the stores, identified two suspects and would forward the case to the Investigations Division.
A man’s friend found the man’s stolen vehicle in Salt Lake City, and the Salt Lake Police Department confirmed the vehicle, processed it for evidence and returned it to its rightful owner.
Monday, Oct. 14
Deputies cited a 20-year-old Holladay woman for shoplifting at an Outlets Park City store. The employees of the store had detained the woman, who had multiple pieces of clothing concealed in her bag. The items were returned to the store.
A juvenile was referred to the juvenile court and released to a parent after admitting to stealing $2,500 in cash and $120 in snacks from the store he worked for.
A man returned to his vehicle between Hoytsville and Wanship to find that it sounded louder than normal. He then realized his catalytic converter was missing and told deputies he suspects someone stole it. Deputies indicated there are no leads and they have no suspects.
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