According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office Report, on Sunday, April 21, an individual reported that expensive sunglasses were missing from his vehicle, which was parked in a valet-locked garage.
The manager of a business west of S.R. 224 reported that one of his employees had not deposited money for the business for a couple days. The employee had also not been at work for a few days and won’t return phone calls, according to the manager. Deputies were able to contact the employee, who said a family emergency had taken him out of town. He promised to return the money.
On Saturday, April 20, deputies pulled a vehicle over for an equipment violation. A police dog used to detect illegal drugs indicated there were narcotics in the vehicle. A search revealed marijuana on one of the occupants.
A 52-year-old man allegedly performed a sexual act with a 17-year-old male runaway from North Carolina in a North Summit hotel with the promise of paying the juvenile cash. The case is under investigation.
Deputies responded to several noise disturbances in the Basin. One of the deputies noted noises coming from one of the units, but the occupant turned off the lights and refused to answer the door. On the fourth attempt, a friend of the occupant arrived and made contact with the occupant. Deputies told the occupant she was under arrest, and she attempted to slam the door on the deputies. She resisted arrest but was eventually arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Deputies responded to a non-injury accident where a woman had driven her vehicle off Lower River Road. After investigation, it was determined she was under the influence of alcohol and she was subsequently arrested.
On Saturday, April 20, deputies responded to the report of someone in North Summit who allegedly said he wanted to hurt someone. The suspect reportedly damaged a doorway and shed, and had been drinking alcohol. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A driver on S.R. 224 was arrested for a warrant. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
Deputies responded to the report of a Basin woman who was suicidal. She agreed to speak with a crisis worker at Park City Medical Center.
On Friday, April 19, an employee at a North Summit hotel reported that an intoxicated individual had kicked out a window screen, yelled profanities at a maintenance worker and made sexual comments to a hotel guest. The individual was found and booked into the Summit County Jail for intoxication.
Deputies responded to a campground where a female allegedly was attempting to commit suicide. She was transported to the University of Utah Medical Center for superficial injuries.
Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence in the Basin. The female had allegedly assaulted her husband.
A vehicle was pulled over in the Basin due to speed. The deputy smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. The driver allegedly admitted to carrying a small amount of marijuana, along with drug paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
On Thursday, April 18, a Basin woman reported a verbal argument between her and another individual. Upon arrival, deputies determined that a crime had not been committed. The deputies did find that the other individual had an active warrant, and was subsequently arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
On Wednesday, April 17, a man reportedly shot at the neighbor’s dog in Summit County. Deputies discovered him to be intoxicated. He was arrested for intoxication, disorderly conduct, carrying a dangerous weapon while intoxicated and discharging a firearm within 600 feet of a house.
On Tuesday, April 16, deputies responded to a medical assist in North Summit. When they arrived, medical personnel were performing CPR on the individual, who ultimately died. The individual’s doctor said he would sign the death certificate.
After a deputy stopped a vehicle on S.R. 24 for a driver’s license violation, he smelled marijuana and saw drug paraphernalia. A police dog indicated there were narcotics in the vehicle. A search revealed drug paraphernalia belonging to the driver and passenger, as well as a stolen driver’s license and credit card. There was also a MacBook Air that may have been stolen. Both driver and passenger were arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
On his way home, a sergeant stopped a driver who was weaving between lanes on Park Avenue. He requested assistance and implemented field sobriety tests on the driver. The driver was found to be impaired and an open beer was located under the driver’s seat. She was arrested and transported into the Summit County Jail.
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