Sheriff’s report: Woman causes disturbance at Smith’s
A woman causing a disturbance at Smith’s in Kimball Junction was arrested last week by deputies with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
Dispatch received a report of a woman acting aggressively and threatening toward other customers, according to a Sheriff’s Office report. The report states the caller, a woman, left the store with her daughter due to the woman’s actions.
When deputies arrived they found the woman outside of the store hiding behind a wall, the report states.
The woman continued to act aggressively, kicking deputies as they attempted to take her into custody. A deputy received a cut on their hand during the arrest and had to be treated by medical personnel.
The woman was arrested under suspicion of assault on an officer, resisting arrest, intoxication and disorderly conduct.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several other calls between Monday, April 15, and Sunday, April 21, including the theft of an $800 pair of Versace sunglasses from a business in Kimball Junction.
Sunday, April 21
Saturday, April 20Deputies performed 10 traffic stops and responded to six reports of suspicious activity. No other significant incidents were reported.
Friday, April 19
A Basin homeowner reported that someone had shot and broken a window at their residence. The damage was estimated to be around $500.
A man contacted dispatch after his 11-year-old daughter and her friend told him a man driving a white or silver car pulled up next to them as they were walking along a road in the Basin and told them to get into his car. The man drove off after the girls told him “No.” No additional information was reported on the incident.
An $800 pair of Versace sunglasses were taken from a business in Kimball Junction.
A woman contacted dispatch after finding her 94-year-old father dead at his home in Coalville. His death was not considered suspicious.
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a home in a Basin neighborhood. The couple was arguing about who was going to turn off the downstairs light. Deputies were unable to find evidence that the argument had turned physical and no arrests were made. The case will be sent to the county attorney’s office to be screened for possible charges.
Thursday, April 18
A man reported that he had been assaulted several days earlier in front of a business in Kimball Junction. Investigators were unable to find evidence to support his claim that he was assaulted.
Wednesday, April 17
A woman’s MacBook Air and iPad were taken from her unlocked vehicle while it was parked on a Basin road.
A garage door opener, guitar amplifier and sunglasses were taken from an unlocked vehicle while it was parked on a road in the Basin.
Employees at a business in Kimball Junction contacted dispatch because of a disorderly customer. The man was forced to leave the business.
Tuesday, April 16
A woman’s vehicle was burglarized while it was parked in a lot in the Basin. Two backpacks and a pair of shoes were among the items taken.
Monday, April 15
A man took a pair of sunglasses from a business in Kimball Junction and left without paying. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect.
Dispatch received a report from a woman in the Basin that her boyfriend was intoxicated and had started an argument. Deputies did not find any evidence of a physical fight. The man agreed to get a hotel for the night. No arrests were made.
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