Summit County Sheriff’s report
A 37-year-old Texas woman said she was accosted for not wearing a mask in a public locker room at the Canyons Resort base area, according to a report from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
The woman reported that she and several of her friends were changing out of their ski gear on Thursday when the 63-year-old Midway man yelled and swore at them to put masks on, according to the report.
She said he hit her on the arm with his gloves and attempted to kick a second woman as he passed by.
The man denied hitting anyone, and deputies indicated the Summit County Attorney’s Office would screen the case for charges.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several other calls between Monday, Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec. 13, including multiple domestic incidents and a drunken fight a Kimball Junction hotel.
Saturday, Dec. 12
Deputies arrested two roommates from Indiana after a drunken fight at a Kimball Junction hotel. One man, a 24-year-old, had injuries consistent with being hit in the face, but did not cooperate with deputies. The other man, a 28-year-old stated the fight was mutual. The victim was arrested on suspicion of intoxication while the other man was arrested on suspicion of intoxication and domestic violence assault.
Deputies arrested a 53-year-old Coalville man after his sister reported he hit her in the head multiple times while she was on the floor. He was booked into the Summit County Jail on suspicion of domestic violence assault.
Friday, Dec. 11
Deputies responded to a home in the Trailside neighborhood for a report of a family fight. A mother reported her son was upset she’d taken the television remote away from him and then threatened her. Deputies indicated the mother and son separated for the night and no crime had occurred.
Thursday, Dec. 10
A Park City Christmas tree vendor reported that someone had paid for a Christmas tree with four counterfeit $50 bills. Deputies indicated the nursery would check for additional evidence, that they had booked the counterfeit bills into evidence, and that the case would be forwarded to the Secret Service once completed.
Tuesday, Dec. 8
A mother reported her 16-year-old son had an incident when he was visiting her, creating a significant hole in a wall by throwing a glass bowl at it and punching her in the jaw. Deputies indicated they notified the state Division of Child and Family Services and that the County Attorney’s Office would screen the case for charges.
Monday, Dec. 7
A 24-year-old Vail Resorts employee was trespassed from the property of a Canyons Village Hotel after front-desk staff reported he was using the pool without authorization. The man previously worked at the hotel, and had programmed room keys to get into the pool without permission. Deputies indicated they escorted him off the property without incident.
A 15-year-old Park City teen grabbed merchandise from behind the counter of a Silver Springs convenience store and then ran from the area. Deputies indicated a school resource officer identified the boy and that they referred him into the juvenile justice system.
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