January 24, 2014
Between Tuesday, Jan. 21, and Thursday, Jan. 23, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls including the following:
A man in the Snyderville Basin reported that the truck bed cover had been stolen from his pickup truck. There were no suspects at the time of the report.
A man said that his son had been belligerent at their residence. Upon arrival, deputies found evidence of damage inside the house caused by the boy. He was taken into custody and transported to a juvenile center in Salt Lake.
Deputies were dispatched to Park City Medical Center to a report of a woman who had suffered a head trauma and was extremely intoxicated. She said she had fallen and hurt herself earlier. After visiting her residence, they found blood but no evidence of an assault.
An abandoned and damaged vehicle was found in North Summit. The vehicle was placed on hold until the driver was located, who had previously gone to the hospital for minor injuries. The driver was cited for leaving the scene of an accident.
Officers responded to a reported domestic violence incident in the Basin. After investigation, it was found the incident was not domestic violence, although one individual had open wounds on her arms and was transported to Park City Medical Center.
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Dispatch informed deputies of a possible trespasser at storage units in South Summit. Upon arrival, two individuals were found and a pat-down search yielded a methamphetamine pipe and a marijuana pipe. One of the individuals was booked into jail.
A residential burglary alarm was set off in South Summit. When deputies arrived, they found a broken glass door at the front of the home and several more alarm activations occurred. No suspects were found inside the home but an alarm control panel was missing, showing the exposed wiring. The panel was not found at the house. An investigation into the case will be conducted.
Another residential burglary alarm went off in the Basin that same night, in which a broken glass window on the front door was found. No suspects were found inside and nothing obvious was missing. The alarm control panel was pulled off and wiring was found laying on the floor in several pieces. Two fingerprint samples were taken from the door and the alarm panel. An investigation will be conducted.
During a traffic stop in Morgan County, a male driver grabbed the deputy who was handing him his citation. A brief struggle ensued, after which the driver was taken into custody on several charges and booked into the Summit County Jail.
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