Sheriff’s report: $4,000 worth of jewelry missing after Basin hotel stay
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Feb. 25, and Saturday, March 2, including a report of $4,000 worth of jewelry missing following a hotel stay in the Snyderville Basin.
Saturday, March 2
Deputies responded to a 911 hang-up call at a residence in the Snyderville Basin. They found a woman sitting inside a parked vehicle in the driveway when they arrived. She told deputies she was fighting with her husband after they both had been drinking. Deputies determined they both were at fault and arrested them under suspicion of assault, intoxication and two counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.
A woman contacted dispatch after finding luggage in a condominium that she rents out when it was supposed to be vacant. The items were taken to the Sheriff’s Office.
Friday, March 1
Basin property owners reported that their former cleaner and property manager was letting people stay in their home when it was not being rented. All former employees were banned from the residence.
A woman contacted dispatch after her wallet was lost or stolen. Charges were made on her credit card at a business in Kimball Junction, as well as in Midvale. An investigation was underway.
Thursday, Feb. 28
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a North Summit home. They later determined the argument was not physical. No arrests were made.
A pair of skis were reported stolen near a hotel in the Basin.
An employee at a business in the Basin contacted dispatch to report a man who had threatened the employee in January was in the store. The suspect was banned from the business.
Wednesday, Feb. 27
Deputies performed nine traffic stops and responded to one traffic accident. No other significant incidents were reported.
Tuesday, Feb. 26
An employee at a restaurant in Kimball Junction reported that someone stole prescription medication out of her backpack.
A woman reported $4,000 worth of jewelry was missing after her stay at a hotel in the Basin on Feb. 24. An investigation was underway.
Monday, Feb. 25
Deputies performed 16 traffic stops and responded to five parking problems and three non-injury accidents. No other significant incidents were reported.
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