Antonio Nava-Capilla, 36, of Park City, was charged with felony child abuse, interruption of a communication device and commission of domestic violence in the presence of a child. The charges arose after a report that he had beaten a 4-year-old boy with a belt.
Cynthia Lassig, 49, of Midvale, and Phil O’Driscoll, 62, of Morgan, were each charged with attempted kidnapping after allegedly luring O’Driscoll’s disabled adult daughter into a car and attempting to drive her to Salt Lake. O’Driscoll did not have permission to do so from his daughter’s mother, who is her court-appointed guardian.
Laura Stillman, 32, of Francis, was charged with criminal trespass for allegedly entering her neighbor’s home without his permission after she had been trespassed from the home by sheriff’s deputies.
Mindy Venditti, 37, of Tooele, was charged with drug possession after she was arrested on an assault charge and authorities found drugs in her purse.
Ramiro Sanchez-Serrano, 45, of Park City, was charged with sexual abuse of a child after allegedly touching the genitals of a 6-year-old girl.
Sydney Lynn Enloe, 33, of Park City, was charged with drug possession, driving under the influence of alcohol and other traffic offenses. She was stopped on suspicion of DUI by a Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputy. During the investigation, Enloe provided a breath sample that revealed that her blood-alcohol level was .019, more than twice the legal limit. Upon her arrest, officers said they discovered a morphine pill in her purse.
Calan John Ray, 21, of Park City, pleaded guilty to attempted fleeing from a police officer and resisting arrest. At the time of the offense, he was on probation for disarming a peace officer, a third-degree felony, and resisting arrest, a class B misdemeanor, and was wanted for probation violations. The court revoked his probation and ordered him to serve 180 days in jail followed by a new term of probation. According to the charging documents, Ray had a $25,000 warrant out of the Utah Third District Court and a $2,000 warrant out of the Summit County Justice Court.
Shauntae Stratton, 24, of West Valley City, pleaded guilty to stealing two cars in Summit County. According to the charging documents, Stratton was charged with four counts of theft, two of them second-degree felonies, one a class B misdemeanor and one a third-degree felony. She was sentenced to an indeterminate prison term not to exceed five years.
Todd Woods, 50, of Angier, North Carolina, pleaded guilty to possessing 17 pounds of marijuana and was ordered to serve 24 months probation and to pay a $5,000 fine.
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