County Sheriff’s Report
A teen-aged girl suffered head injuries last week when she fell off an all-terrain vehicle on Millrace Road in Oakley
"She’s probably going to be OK," Summit County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Sherm Farnsworth said. "She’s lucky."
Three girls were on the four-wheeler when the driver lost control, he said.
"None of them had a helmet," Farnsworth said. "One of the girls riding on the back of the four-wheeler fell off of it and hit her head on the ground."
He warned residents to wear helmets while riding ATVs and to only ride the machines two at a time. ATVs are permitted on public roads only when agricultural duties are being performed.
Other calls received last week by county dispatchers included:
Summit County deputies were investigating a case of domestic violence after a dispatcher received a call from a woman on April 3 who claimed her brother was assaulting her.
Deputies were investigating an alleged assault that occurred at a Kimball Junction nightclub after a security guard from the establishment reportedly contacted the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
A Highland Estates man claimed his license plate and wallet were stolen when a Ford Explorer was burglarized in the Snyderville Basin on April 3.
On April 3, a man on Kilby Road told a dispatcher someone shattered a window on his vehicle by shooting it with a pellet gun.
A motorist reportedly drove into a creek near S.R. 224 on April 3 at around 7:27 a.m.
A Draper woman reported a case of identity theft to the Sheriff’s Office April 3 after she reportedly discovered that her brother in law was using his dead brother’s information to obtain credit.
On April 3, a Henefer man was reportedly concerned that his identity was stolen when someone took a box of documents out of his garage.
A Riverton man told a dispatcher he parked his snowmobile on North Slope Road in the Uinta Mountains when the machine broke down last month. The sled was allegedly missing when the man returned to pick it up April 4.
Keys and a 3-month-old infant were locked inside a Chevrolet Tahoe in western Summit County on April 4 at 1:10 p.m.
A Wanship woman reported no injuries to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office as a result of a crash that involved a Ford Thunderbird and Oldsmobile Cutlass on April 4.
On April 4, a man on Kilby Road told a dispatcher a man had been sitting in his truck in the parking lot for about 30 minutes "honking his horn and screaming that someone is in his parking spot," a Sheriff’s Office report states.
A horse reportedly loose on Weber Canyon Road near Oakley was captured on April 5 at 6:53 a.m.
No injuries were reported as a result of a traffic crash that involved a car and van in western Summit County on April 6 at 11:19 a.m.
Two men were arrested at a Kilby Road apartment complex on April 6 after they allegedly assaulted each other with a beer bottle. One man suffered a cut on his head, Farnsworth said.
Both men were arrested around 3 p.m. on charges of misdemeanor assault and intoxication, Farnsworth added.
A boy who reportedly ran away from The Oakley School in South Summit on April 6 was seen walking toward a grocery store in Oakley that day at 3:40 p.m.
A woman reported a hit-and-run traffic crash to the Sheriff’s Office on April 7 at 11:01 a.m. She was unsure where in Summit County her vehicle was hit. No injuries were reported as a result of a separate hit-and-run crash reported from western Summit County April 7 at 3:14 p.m.
Hazardous-materials experts were called to clean up an acid spill when a battery fell out of a pickup truck in South Summit on April 7 at 8:16 p.m.
Deputies were asked to respond to a domestic dispute when a couple began fighting in Silver Springs on April 8 at 1:07 a.m.
On April 8, a case of vandalism was reported to the Sheriff’s Office after someone threw eggs and feces at a house in Jeremy Ranch.
A man was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor lewdness at The Canyons April 8 after he exposed himself to a woman in the resort’s lower parking lot, Farnsworth said. The suspect reportedly was involved in an argument with the woman about a parking space at 3:11 p.m. before he flashed her.
Meanwhile, an 18-month-old child was reportedly locked inside a running vehicle in North Summit on April 8 at 9:38 p.m.
Suspects were allegedly tagging a bridge near S.R. 248 at Quinn’s Junction with paint on April 9 at 1:10 p.m.
A woman was detained for allegedly shoplifting at a store at Tanger Outlet Center on April 9 at 4:50 p.m.
Two vehicles were reportedly racing along Rob Young Lane in Oakley on April 9 at 5:19 p.m.
Items were reportedly stolen from vehicles parked in a garage in Silver Springs on April 9.
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