June 30, 2015
Summit County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a one-vehicle accident in North Summit Saturday night where two men claimed someone in another car shot at them before running them off the road.
The men claimed a black SUV followed them from an unknown location and fired several shots at their car, eventually causing them to crash, according to the Sheriff’s Office call logs.
Summit County Sgt. Ron Bridge said no evidence of "a firearm or shots being fired was found" after a search of the area.
Bridge said the men suffered minor bruises and abrasions, but refused medical attention. The driver submitted to field sobriety tests and was not found to be impaired. No citations were issued and the men were released at the scene.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office daily logs, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Sunday, June 21 and Sunday, June 28, including the following:
Sunday, June 28
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A traffic stop was conducted on a car traveling westbound on Interstate 80 after a woman was observed hitting her car during an argument.
Deputies responded to a report of a verbal altercation at a Jeremy Ranch residence. No citations were issued.
Deputies responded to a report of a man yelling at a woman in a parking lot in Kimball Junction. No citations were issued and deputies determined the fight wasn’t physical.
Deputies located a man in Wasatch County who had been involved in a fight in the Pinebrook area. He was taken into custody and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Saturday, June 27
A South Summit woman was transported to Park City Medical Center for evaluation and a man was booked into the Summit County Jail for domestic violence.
A south Snyderville Basin man reported that his wife set some bags outside their house and then went back inside to wait for a cab. He said when they went to get in the cab one of her bags was gone. They found the bag on the side of the road and $40 was missing.
A woman called dispatch to report an unknown man was sleeping on the couch in her condo. Deputies responded and made contact with the suspect, who was staying with a friend in the same complex and had wandered into the wrong condo.
Friday, June 26
When deputies stopped a car near Kimball Junction for a traffic violation, deputies found open containers and a drug assumed to be methamphetamine. The driver had an active warrant in Salt Lake County. Animal Control took custody of her two small dogs.
A women who parked her car near a popular pullout for kayakers along the Weber River in North Summit for the afternoon, returned to find her front passenger window was broken and several items missing.
An elderly man was found unresponsive at a Silver Summit residence. He was transported to the Park City Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased from natural causes.
Dispatch received a call about a shirtless man walking along Brown’s Canyon Road. As deputies arrived in the area, the man jumped the fence and ran through private property. He was eventually detained and transported to Park City Medical Center.
A traffic stop was made on a car speeding in the south Snyderville Basin. The driver had active warrants out of Summit County and was allowed to drive to the Sheriff’ Office to take care of them.
Thursday, June 25
Dispatch received a report of a shirtless man going through items in the trunk of a car in a south Snyderville Basin parking lot. The man was arrested on several charges after deputies discovered the vehicle was reported stolen out of Provo.
A South Summit resident reported people were driving through the area at night playing loud music.
Wednesday, June 24
A man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and threatening with or using a dangerous weapon after an argument at a Pinebrook residence.
Dispatch received a report that someone was parked on State Road 32 near a "No Parking" sign. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect.
A Jeremy Ranch resident reported that the side mirrors had been broken out of his truck, a rock had been thrown at the windshield and a rock had been thrown at the tailgate causing approximately $2,000 worth of damage.
A north Snyderville Basin employee reported four cars were burglarized. The employee noticed four different cars that were unlocked and had the glove boxes opened. All items from the glove box were left on the seat. Registrations and a garage door opener were missing from one of the cars. The other owners could not be reached.
Tuesday, June 23
A truck traveling eastbound on Interstate 80 was stopped for an expired registration. When deputies deployed a K9 officer, the driver locked the truck doors and refused to get out. After a search warrant was granted, deputies found 373 grams of marijuana in the bed of the truck. The man was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail for possession.
Deputies responded to a call of an unconscious elderly man who had been doing yard work in front of his South Summit home when his wife found him unresponsive on the ground. He later died of natural causes.
Dispatch received a complainant that a woman who was possibly drinking at work left in her car. Deputies stopped the woman’s car near Silver Summit. She was arrested and taken to the Summit County Jail.
A north Snyderville Basin man was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail for threatening and intimidating his neighbor.
Sunday, June 21
A north Snyderville Basin teen allegedly stole money from his parents.
A shed was broken into at Manorlands and a "Big Bubba’s" ATV Trailer and a Polaris ATV were reported stolen from the property.
Deputies responded to a north Snyderville residence after dispatch received a report of drug use on the deck of the home. One person was cited for possession of paraphernalia and released. Later that same night, the owner of the residence reported that his neighbor punched him in the face.
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