Between Thursday, Nov. 21, and Monday, Nov. 25, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls including the following:
A Kimball Junction business reported that a female stole a computer, for which video surveillance footage was obtained. The suspect got into a dark-colored sedan with a spoiler and potentially gold rims.
Deputies received several reports of mailboxes in the Snyderville Basin being smashed with pumpkins. Similar reports have occurred over the past several Fridays. It appeared that two mailboxes were struck by a golf club.
A man was stopped for speeding in the Trailside area and showed signs of alcohol impairment. He failed field sobriety tests and was arrested, blowing a .167 blood-alcohol level.
A driver stopped for speeding on Interstate 80 was found to have multiple active warrants for his arrest. His vehicle was impounded and he was arrested.
A homeowner in South Summit reported that the door to the home was found ajar and the television left on after having been away for a month. Snacks were found in the home but there were no signs of forced entry and nothing was missing.
A deputy responded to a past theft case at a Kimball Junction business. The suspect had taken multiple items from the store and the business was able to link the suspect to other theft cases. Video surveillance and vehicle identification of the suspect was obtained.
After being stopped for a traffic violation on I-80, a driver was arrested for two traffic offenses and two misdemeanor offenses of marijuana and drug paraphernalia possession. The driver’s vehicle was impounded.
A deputy observed a man sitting in a vehicle with other males in a Kimball Junction business’ parking lot in possession of beer. A test showed the man as positive for alcohol consumption and he was arrested for unlawful consumption.
An individual reported an unknown woman was living in his vacation home in the Basin. The suspect said she had permission to stay at the home, but the man denied that he had done so. The woman collected her belongings and left the property without incident.
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