Information on the following cases heard in Third District Court was provided by Summit County Prosecuting Attorney Matthew Bates.
Gentry Bradshaw, 27, of Salt Lake City, was charged with felony drug possession after a small baggie of methamphetamine was found at his feet during a traffic stop.
Jerry Lamb, 36, of Kamas, was charged with a misdemeanor violation of a protective order after he allegedly made a phone call from the Summit County Jail to a woman who had previously obtained a protective order against him.
John Tuohy, 34, of San Jose, California, was charged with narcotics trafficking after a Utah Highway Patrol trooper stopped his car on Interstate 80 in Summit County for a traffic violation and found nine pounds of marijuana in the trunk of Tuohy’s car.
Kimberly Martinez, 23, and Wendy McNeil, 22, both of Kamas, were charged with felony drug possession and felony child endangerment after Summit County detectives found methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in a home in Kamas where Martinez and McNeil were living with Martinez’s children.
Richard Falco, 33, of Park City, was charged with drug possession after Park City Police officers executed a search warrant on his condo and found cocaine and marijuana in his room.
Dale P. Mack, 69, of Park City, pled guilty to one count of attempted aggravated assault, a class A misdemeanor, for attempting to strangle his girlfriend. On June 6, Park City Police officers responded to a call for help from an apartment on Sidewinder Dr. On arriving, they spoke with Mack’s girlfriend, who reported that during an argument Mack had placed her hands around her neck and cut off her air supply. Officers observed redness around her neck. The court will sentence Mack on August 12, at 11 a.m.
Irina Lyubner, 54, of Park City, pled guilty to one count of driving under the influence, a third-degree felony, after Lyubner struck a parked vehicle with her car and left the scene. When officers found her a short distance away, she appeared intoxicated. A subsequent chemical test revealed that her blood-alcohol content was .22 grams per 100 milliliters of blood, nearly three times the legal limit. Officers also discovered that this was Lyubner’s third DUI in 10 years. The court will sentence her on August 12, at 11 a.m.
Timothy Anderberg, 55, of Provo, pled guilty to one count of DUI, a third-degree felony. Witnesses in Park City saw Anderberg strike and damage a light pole with his car and then drive away. When officers located him a short distance away, they noticed that Anderberg appeared intoxicated. A subsequent chemical test revealed that his blood-alcohol content was .25 grams per 100 milliliters, more than three times the legal limit. Officers also discovered that this was Anderberg’s third DUI in 10 years. The court will sentence him on August 12, at 11 a.m.
Tyler Toly, 28, of Park City, was sentenced to a year in jail and three years probation for two counts of felony child endangerment. On January 4, officers with the Park City Police Department served an arrest warrant at Toly’s home. While in the home, they found drugs, drug paraphernalia and Toly’s girlfriend and her two children.
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