Summit Park man charged with threatening to kill girlfriend with butcher knife
Antonio P. Contreras, 31, from Summit Park, is facing several charges after violently attacking and threatening his live-in girlfriend with a butcher knife. On April 14, a deputy responded to a report of a domestic assault in progress.
The female said she came home after he called and threatened to kill the children, and then her and himself. When she arrived home, he reportedly punched, then continued to physically assault her.
According to the charging documents, when she tried to run away, he grabbed a butcher knife and threatened to kill her. He chased her as she broke through the screen door, yelling for help. A neighbor heard the scream and watched her break through the screen door.
Two children were present at the time the events allegedly occurred.
Contreras faces charges of third-degree aggravated assault, two counts of third-degree felony commission of domestic violence in the presence of a child, class A misdemeanor assault and class B misdemeanor threat of violence.
A roll call hearing is scheduled April 29.
Man charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor
Thomas Harold Hackler, 52, is facing charges after engaging in sexual acts with a 17-year-old male in a Coalville motel on April 19.
Hackler was charged on April 22 with two counts of third-degree felony unlawful sexual conduct with a 16- or 17-year-old.
Hackler’s initial court appearance is scheduled April 29.
Heber man charged with possession of stolen credit cards
Anthony Patrick Baker, 31, from Heber, has been charged with attempting to use stolen credit cards at a Kimball Junction area store on April 15.
A deputy located an individual matching the suspect’s description nearby. Baker reportedly admitted to having been to the store to purchase electronic items, and claimed a neighbor had previously given him the card to purchase drinks at a bar.
According to the charging documents, when the neighbor was contacted, he told deputies he does not frequent bars and did not give his card to Baker, but must have dropped the card outside or left it in his car.
Baker was charged on April 19 with third-degree felony unlawful acquisition, possession or transfer of a financial transaction card and class A misdemeanor unlawful use of a financial transaction card.
Baker’s initial court appearance is scheduled April 29.
Man charged with violating protective order
Diloy Gonzalez Castaneda, 31, was charged with violating a protective order.
His live-in girlfriend, who recently obtained a protective order against Gonzalez, reported that he followed her to her sister’s house on April 13 and pounded on her car windows. He left when she called 911.
Gonzalez was charged with class A misdemeanor violation of a protective order. At the time of the alleged offense, he was out of jail on bail for domestic violence charges.
California man charged with drug trafficking
Jared Dale Goss, 21, of Calif., was charged with drug trafficking.
Gross was pulled over on April 10 by a Utah Highway Patrol trooper for speeding and following another vehicle too closely. During the stop, the trooper suspected Goss was transporting narcotics. A search revealed 24 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle’s trunk.
Goss was charged for third-degree felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, class C misdemeanor speeding and a class C misdemeanor for following too closely.
Restaurant worker charged with identify fraud
Onofre Torres Jimenez, 39, is facing charges of identity fraud.
Jimenez’s wallet, containing a social security card and permanent resident card, was found in an alley on April 6 and reported to the Park City Police.
A Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded and noticed the cards looked fake. They bore the name of Jimenez but the numbers belonged to a female.
Deputies met with the owner of the restaurant where Jimenez worked. She provided the W-R form filled out by Jimenez last year. The Social Security number listed on the form was the same false number as listed on the card. The cards were both reportedly used when Jimenez began working at the restaurant.
According to the charging documents, Jimenez admitted to the Sheriff’s Office that the wallet and identification cards belonged to him.
Jimenez was charged with third-degree felony possession of forged writing or device for writing, third-degree felony forgery and two counts of third-degree felony identity fraud.
Waitress charged with serving alcohol to minors
Faranak Maghsoodi, 51, of Woodland, is facing charges after she served alcohol to minors at a restaurant.
State Bureau of Investigation agents conducted a sting operation at a Kamas restaurant on March 3, using an underage male and female to attempt to purchase alcohol from the restaurant.
When the two teens requested a glass of wine with their orders, Maghsoodi asked for identification. Both the identifications listed 1994 birthdates. After inspecting and returning the licenses, Maghsoodi served wine to each of them.
Maghsoodi was charged with class A misdemeanor furnishing an alcohol product to a minor.
Maghsoodi’s initial court appearance is May 20.
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