According to this week’s Sheriff Report, on Saturday, Feb. 23, deputies responded to reports of thefts from two vehicles that had been left unlocked in a Basin garage.
Also on Feb. 23, a vehicle was reported stolen from a Pinebrook store parking lot.
Someone allegedly stole a purse from a vehicle inside an open garage in Pinebrook. Several credit cards taken from the purse were reportedly used in Salt Lake City shortly after the theft.
Graffiti was reported on the entrance area of Kimball Junction area condominiums.
A Basin woman was transported by ambulance to the University of Utah after she threatened to commit suicide.
On Friday, Feb. 22, a naked male was arrested after trying to force his way into a South Summit residence. Deputies determined the suspect was under the influence of drugs.
A male reported the theft of $340 from his wallet at North Summit high school. A video surveillance showed two juveniles going into the locker room at the time of the theft.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, a television was reported missing from a Basin rental property.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence report. Deputies were not able to make contact with the male, who is believed to be the aggressor.
A Kimball Junction hotel reported a bike had been left there for several months. The owner is unknown.
After pulling a vehicle over on I-80, a deputy discovered the driver had a warrant. The driver was arrested and booked into the Summit county Jail.
On Wednesday, Feb. 20, a father called for assistance in reaching his son who was reportedly hiding at his mother’s home. When deputies made contact at the mother’s home in the Basin, they smelled marijuana coming from inside the home. A search revealed a small amount of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, alcohol and tobacco. Five people were present, including four juveniles. Two of the minors were referred to juvenile court for drug charges. The adult was booked into the Summit County Jail for drug charges and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Deputies were asked to keep the peace at a Basin store so a man could pick up belongings from his ex-wife. Last week, he was arrested for stalking, harassment and criminal trespass. A deputy explained he would not escort him to the ex-wife’s house, nor should the man have contact with the ex-wife without a judge’s permission.
A Summit County man reported that his neighbor was intoxicated and caused a disturbance outside. When the complainant went outside to see what was going on, he got into an altercation with the suspect. The complainant said the suspect punched him in the nose and pushed him. The complainant said he did not want to press charges, but wanted the suspect to be quiet the rest of the night. The suspect agreed to not cause any more disturbances and to go to bed for the night.
A Basin female reported that her iPad was taken from her vehicle. She was able to locate the possible location of the iPad using iCloud. She traced the iPad to a Basin trail, but when she searched the trail, she was not able to locate it.
On Tuesday, Feb. 19, a male was stopped for failing to use a turn signal. When deputies checked his records, they discovered he had two warrants and a suspended driver’s license. A search of the vehicle revealed $1,000 and four ounces of methamphetamine in a shoe in the trunk. The driver admitted to possessing the controlled substance with the intent to distribute. He was subsequently arrested.
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