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According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Report, deputies responded to a verbal argument in South Summit on Monday, April 15, during which, personal items were broken. The case is being screened for possible criminal mischief charges.

On Sunday, April 14, a driver was pursued in the Basin after his involvement in a fight then failure to stop for officers. He was found to be "extremely" intoxicated, according to the Sheriff’s Office. He was transported to the Park City Medical Center for injuries sustained during the fight. He was later released from the hospital and booked into jail.

Deputies arrived in the Basin to the report of an argument between roommates. When they arrived, they discovered the female was intoxicated and causing a disturbance. She was booked into jail.

Deputies responded to a physical domestic violence situation in the Basin. The male allegedly pursued the female with a butcher knife while two juveniles were present. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail on charges of domestic violence aggravated assault, two counts of child abuse and two counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.

On Saturday, April 13, a deputy discovered a man walking on the Interstate 80 shoulder. The man told the deputy he was walking home to Sandy, according to the Sheriff’s Office. When the deputy spoke with the man, he smelled a strong odor of alcohol. He was taken into custody for intoxication and illegal consumption.

Deputies responded to a domestic assault in the Basin. The aggressor was thought to be suffering from a mental illness and was transported to the University of Utah Medical Center.

A woman was found sleeping behind the wheel of her car while parked at a Summit County gas pump. It was determined she was impaired, and she was booked into the Summit County Jail for a DUI.

On Friday, April 12, deputies discovered a man who worked at a Kimball Junction area business who used a false identification and social security card to gain employment. He was taken into custody.

A male reported that the window of his car, which was parked in the Basin, was broken out while he was away and his wallet had been stolen. There were no suspects as of April 13.

On Wednesday, April 10, a snowmobiler who was stranded overnight in Summit County was rescued by medical helicopter. She was checked by medical personnel and released.

On Monday, April 8, a woman reportedly crawled from her condo in the Basin and knocked on a stranger’s door in the early morning hours. She allegedly admitted to deputies to using marijuana and methamphetamine. She was subsequently arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

A vehicle slid down a steep snow- and ice-covered section of Parkview Drive and crossed into oncoming traffic. The vehicle collided head-on with another vehicle. No injuries were reported.

A vehicle was turning onto Newpark Boulevard from Redstone Avenue when it collided with a vehicle on Newpark Boulevard. The second vehicle spun around and landed off the road. The driver of the second vehicle complained of pain and numbness, and was transported to the Park City Medical Center. The driver of the first vehicle said his windows were fogged up and he didn’t see the other vehicle until he hit it.


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