According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the following incidents last week.
An individual reported that his mailbox was smashed some time during the night of Thursday, June 6. He believed it to have been smashed with a fire extinguisher which was lying on the ground. When the officer arrived at the scene, he located another broken mailbox. Neighbors reported that a vehicle had been covered inside and out with fire extinguisher suppressant. There are no suspects currently.
On Saturday, June 8, an individual reported that his bike had been stolen from his vehicle bike rack at the Best Western on Landmark Dr. The suspect had pried open the arm that held the bike in place. There are no suspects currently and video surveillance from the Best Western Hotel is unavailable.
A hit and run crash occurred at the Tanger Outlet Mall on Saturday, June 8. The license plate of the suspect’s vehicle was obtained and the investigation is ongoing.
On Saturday, June 8, deputies were dispatched to a fight at the intersection of Pinebrook Blvd. and Kilby Rd. A half-dressed woman was struggling to get out of a vehicle while a man was pulling her back into the car. A witness claimed the woman got away but the man caught up to her and they began fighting. Prior to the deputies’ arrival, the man released the woman and began walking away. The suspect was arrested for outstanding warrants and after the victim provided evidence of the assault the suspect was charged with Domestic Violence Assault, DV Criminal Mischief and DV Unlawful Detention.
The driver and passenger of a motorcycle were knocked to the ground by a pickup truck with a horse trailer that drifted backwards toward them on S. Hoytsville Road in Hoytsville on Sunday, June 9. The front wheel of the cycle had been run over and the female passenger, who was without a helmet, suffered a hematoma and laceration to the back of her head. She was transported to Park City Medical Center.
A deputy on bike patrol made a pedestrian stop of two male subjects lying on the ground next to a car in the parking lot of the Silver Springs 7-Eleven on Sunday, June 9. The males, both 18, were smoking. A vehicle search led to the discovery of marijuana, paraphernalia and alcohol. The car’s owner claimed ownership of all items and was arrested and booked into the Summit County jail.
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