Between Friday, Nov. 27, and Sunday, Dec. 1, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls including the following:
A deputy ran a registration check on a vehicle on Park Avenue, showing the driver had a denied license and a warrant for her arrest. She was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A possible fraud case was reported in the Snyderville Basin where an individual at a company stated they were receiving chargeback notices from an individual in Canada that claimed his credit card was used fraudulently. The case is under investigation.
An officer responded to the home of a man who had fallen down a set of stairs. He had been holding a glass at the time and had received cuts on his head and hands from the incident.
A potential case of child abuse was reported in the Basin, and an investigation is still ongoing.
A vehicle driving on Interstate 80 was pulled over for having no visible license plate and the driver was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
A man who was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol in South Summit was seen crashing into a dirt embankment. He was evaluated by medical personnel and later arrested for a DUI.
A suspect in a domestic violence incident in the Basin fled the scene prior to deputies’ arrival and authorities were attempting to locate the individual. The suspect was later found.
A trailer left on the side of I-84 for three days had a shredded and flat tire. It was towed due to having no identification number or license plate. The owner could not be contacted.
Deputies responded to a potential suicide attempt in Park City. The individual was taken by ambulance to the University of Utah Hospital.
Authorities responded to a domestic violence incident in South Summit. The suspect, a male, was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A vehicle stopped near Kimball Junction for an equipment violation and a records check revealed arrest warrants for both the driver and passenger. The truck was also found to have no insurance, registration or safety inspection and was impounded. The two individuals were arrested and booked into jail.
Two Virginia license plates were stolen from a 2010 Ford Focus during the night at a location in the Basin and were listed as missing.
A traffic stop was made on a vehicle whose driver was wanted for an arrest warrant on I-80. The suspect, a male, was arrested and booked into jail.
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