Between Monday, Feb. 24, and Thursday, Feb. 27, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls including the following:
Deputies responded to a residence to repossess four side-by-side off-road vehicles and a motorcycle.
A woman in the Basin reported that a juvenile female had been sent sexually explicit e-mails from a male suspect. The case was forwarded to investigations.
An individual at a Kimball Junction business reported that his vehicle had been stolen. He had called his brother and friends, none of whom said they had taken it. While reviewing security tapes, deputies noticed a female and a male take the vehicle, which is a white 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer ES. The Lancer did not have a spoiler and the hub caps were removed. The case was forwarded to investigations.
Deputies were dispatched to a Redstone business where it was reported an intoxicated female was being disorderly. Employees at the business called a taxi for her but she refused to leave. When officers arrived, she was uncooperative and provided a false name. She was then arrested.
A man in North Summit was arrested and booked into jail for criminal mischief and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
A man’s license plate was run in the Basin and showed that he had $25,000 worth of warrants for his arrest. A traffic stop was made on the man’s vehicle and he was arrested. He had open containers of alcohol in the vehicle as well as a small amount of marijuana hidden in his boot.
Deputies responded to a report of stalking in the Basin. A woman stated a male suspect had entered the residence in violation of a temporary stalking injunction. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
A domestic violence situation in the Basin was reported and before deputies arrived on scene screaming was heard from the room. There was evidence of physical violence and a male suspect was found to be the primary aggressor. After he was informed that he was to be arrested, he became very agitated and charged toward the female. A deputy restrained him and the man attempted to punch him in the face. The man was later secured and handcuffed and arrested for domestic violence assault, assault on a police officer, intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Deputies responded to a report of a female being held against her will at a hotel in the Basin. Once the room was searched and the woman was not found, her phone was pinged and location showed she was in Magna. A request for a welfare check was sent out to the Unified Police Department.
A Park City man accused in June of hitting two construction workers with his car in a Snyderville Basin work zone was sentenced on Monday.