January 22, 2014
From Saturday, Jan. 4, to Monday, Jan. 20, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls:
A woman in North Summit claimed that a school bus driver had abused her son while on the bus. The case was still under investigation at the time of the report.
A man in the Snyderville Basin reported that someone had hit his vehicle and fled the previous night. He later found a note in his windshield with the suspect’s information and said he would exchange information.
A vehicle that had been stolen out of Morgan was recovered at a North Summit business and was later released to the owner.
A man stopped for improper lane travel in the Basin was found to have had an active warrant and was an alcohol restricted driver. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. Cocaine was also found on his person during a pat down.
A deputy responded to a domestic violence call in the Basin in which it was found a male assaulted a female during an argument. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
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Utah Highway Patrol troopers and Sheriff’s deputies responded to a suicide attempt on Interstate 80. The individual was transported to the University of Utah Hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.
A woman was found walking near a Kimball Junction business while intoxicated and was booked into jail without incident.
A woman in the Basin called dispatch to report that she was being stalked. Upon a deputy’s arrival, however, she was found to have a warrant for her arrest and no evidence of a stalker was found. She was arrested and booked into jail.
A man found parked near the Summit County Jail was found to have nine marijuana joints in his vehicle after deputies conducted a probable cause search of his vehicle. He was booked into jail.
A male suspect and a female suspect reportedly stole merchandise from a Kimball Junction business. At the time of the report, deputies were working on obtaining video surveillance of the store.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in North Summit in which a man was intoxicated and was assaulting a female. Upon deputies’ arrival, the man became combative and resisted arrest after having damaged several items in the home. He was arrested and booked into jail.
A man who reportedly assaulted a woman in the Basin fled the scene upon deputies’ arrival. Individuals close to him said he was intoxicated and had mental issues. Deputies tracked the man down and committed him involuntarily to the University of Utah Hospital for a mental evaluation. He was cited and released for domestic violence assault and intoxication.
A report of an auto-pedestrian accident in the Basin was found to be the fault of the pedestrian, who did not look both ways before entering the road from a bus stop. Because of low lighting and dark clothing, the driver did not see the pedestrian, who was transported to Park City Medical Center with a minor leg injury.