March 12, 2013
According to this week’s Sheriff’s Report, deputies responded to a domestic violence incident west of S.R. 224 on Sunday, March 10. After speaking with both parties, deputies determined no crime had occurred and the involved parties agreed to separate for the night.
A man had an ATV accident in North Summit. When the deputy arrived on scene, he discovered the man is an alcohol-restricted driver and smelled like alcohol, according to the Sheriff’s Report. He admitted to consuming alcohol and failed the field sobriety tests. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Deputies responded to the report of a vehicle on Interstate 80 that was unable to maintain its lane of travel and was traveling at low speeds on the interstate. Deputies located and stopped the vehicle. The driver had a suspended license and a warrant. A passenger also had a felony warrant. Both were arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in the Basin and determined the female was the aggressor. She was cited for assault and agreed to leave the residence.
Someone shot a Basin window with what appeared to be a pellet. There were no suspects at the time of the incident.
On Saturday, March 9, deputies responded to the report of a domestic situation in South Summit. After speaking with the male and his relatives, it was determined that he was suffering from psychiatric issues and was transported to Park City Medical Center.
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A driver was pulled over on S.R. 224 for a lane traffic violation and was found to be driving on a denied license. He had also consumed alcohol and was an alcohol-restricted driver. He was arrested and booked into jail.
Deputies responded to the report of two male teens in a Kimball Junction hotel who had reportedly been causing minor vandalism and had been attempting to access numerous rooms.
Search and Rescue extracted a snowmobiler following an accident in South Summit.
Several motorists reported they had almost been hit head-on by a female driver on Old Ranch Road. When a deputy attempted to pull her over, she again almost hit a vehicle head-on, according to the Sheriff’s Report. She was found to be under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs. The deputy also located an accident scene on Highland Drive where the same driver had hit a guardrail and had left pieces of her vehicle.
During a traffic stop on S.R. 224, a deputy smelled marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. A search revealed two joints and a bag of marijuana. Two occupants were arrested and booked for possession of marijuana.
On Friday, March 8, a driver on S.R. 224 was found to have an active warrant for his arrest, and was subsequently arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail. A juvenile passenger was also found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. She was referred to juvenile court and was released to a parent.
A driver on S.R. 224 was found to be intoxicated, and was subsequently arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A vehicle was pulled over on Olympic Parkway and the driver was found to have a warrant out of Heber. She was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A deputy observed a passenger on S.R. 224 smoking marijuana. He stopped the vehicle and arrested the passenger for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
On Thursday, March 7, several deputies responded to a domestic violence report in Summit County. A deputy located the vehicle being driven by the male and pulled it over on Silver Summit Parkway. The male smelled like alcohol and failed the field sobriety tests, according to the Sheriff’s Report. When the deputy attempted to place him under arrest, he resisted and a taser was deployed. He was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked on multiple charges.
An employee reportedly stole a bottle of alcohol belonging to the bar west of S.R. 224 where he worked.
A suspect threw a "Molotov cocktail," or alcohol bomb, at the side of a North Summit residence.
Deputies pulled a vehicle over on S.R. 224 for no insurance. A deputy K-9 used to detect illegal drugs indicated on the vehicle, and the deputies found marijuana, hash and drug paraphernalia during a vehicle search.
On Wednesday, March 6, unknown suspects reportedly broke into a caretaker’s cabin at a church campground, destroying furnishings and causing other damage. According to the Sheriff’s Report, it appeared the suspects had driven through the buildings’ windows on snowmobiles.
A deputy pulled a vehicle over on S.R. 224 for an equipment violation. The driver was underage and had reportedly been drinking alcohol. The driver failed field sobriety testing and was arrested. The front passenger was also arrested for drinking alcohol underage. They were transported to the Summit County Jail.
On Tuesday, March 5, a driver was found driving on I-80 without insurance, and also had a warrant. He was arrested.
Another driver was pulled over on S.R. 224 for driving on a revoked license, driving without an ignition interlock device and driving with an open container of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A vehicle stolen on Monday was located in the Basin. Deputies responded to the scene and found items left inside the truck by the suspects. Deputies returned the vehicle to the company.
On Monday, March 4, deputies responded to a gas station theft in Kimball Junction. The suspects were located nearby. One suspect attempted to assault a deputy and the other would not get into the patrol vehicle to be transported to jail. Both suspects were heavily intoxicated, according to the Sheriff’s Report.
Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence in North Summit, but after speaking to everyone on scene, it was determined that no crime had occurred.
A Tanger Outlet ATM was found damaged with money missing. There is no video surveillance but two tools used to open the ATM were left on scene.
Unknown suspects pried open the back door of a North Summit business, damaging the door and triggering the alarm. The alarm reportedly scared the suspects and nothing was taken.
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