According to this week’s Sheriff’s Report, a South Summit woman reported a young juvenile neighbor had threatened her son with a knife on Monday, Feb. 18.
In other news, deputies responded to a domestic violence call in South Summit on the same day. Deputies could not substantiate claims about the involvement of a firearm and knife, and the two parties were separated for the night.
On Sunday, Feb. 17, a man reported someone had stolen his wedding ring from his bedside table sometime over the last week. There were no signs of forced entry, but the area is accessible by renters and a cleaning service.
On Saturday, Feb. 16, deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the Basin. When they arrived, the deputies determined that no domestic violence had occurred and that the parties had had a verbal argument.
An elderly Summit County man collapsed in his driveway and was airlifted in stable condition.
On Friday, Feb. 15, a driver was pulled over on Interstate 80 in Summit County for illegal lane travel. The deputy deployed the drug-detecting K-9, which indicated on the vehicle. A vehicle search revealed methamphetamine, marijuana, hash oil and drug paraphernalia. The driver and passenger were both arrested on drug charges.
An attempted break-in was reported at a South Summit store. Pry marks and other damage were seen on the door.
A man was found speeding in Brown’s Canyon. When the deputy approached the vehicle, he smelled alcohol. The driver was given field sobriety tests, which he failed. He was arrested for DUI.
The Sheriff’s Office received a call that a male was attempting to enter a Basin home. Deputies arrived on scene and interviewed the suspect and complainant. The suspect was arrested on charges of stalking, electronic communications harassment and criminal trespass.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, deputies responded to a domestic violence report. The female was arrested for domestic violence, domestic violence in the presence of a child and criminal mischief.
A deputy responded to a call about jewelry theft from a hotel room west of S.R. 224.
A woman reported her vehicle window was broken while she was working in the Kimball Junction. It was parked in a parking structure when the vandalism occurred. Nothing appeared to be missing.
A female juvenile was stopped for a traffic violation in South Summit. The deputy smelled burnt tobacco emanating from the vehicle and searched it. Cigarettes were found and a juvenile passenger was arrested for possession of tobacco.
A deputy observed a delivery van making multiple lane violations on I-80 and stopped the vehicle. The driver had a warrant for his arrest and the deputy deployed a drug-detecting K-9, which indicated the vehicle contained drugs. The deputy searched the vehicle and found two glass pipes and a small baggie containing methamphetamine. The driver and passenger were arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
On Tuesday, Feb. 12, a man traveling on Brown’s Canyon was found to be driving with a suspended license, driving with plates from another vehicle, expired registration and no proof of insurance. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A driver was pulled over on S.R. 224 and was discovered to have a warrant. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A North Summit resident called the Sheriff’s Office about a "rude" salesman going door-to-door, according to the Sheriff’s Report. A deputy responded and found the man, who had six warrants. He was arrested.
Someone stole three bank cards from a hotel west of S.R. 224 sometime between Feb. 9 and 11. Ten withdrawals were made using the cards, totally over $10,000 pesos.
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