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The Summit County Sheriff’s Department responded to the following calls from Monday, July 8, to Sunday, July 14.

An individual claimed that her car window was broken and purse stolen when she returned to it at a trailhead in Park City on Monday, July 8. There are no suspects at this time.

A hit and run occurred at a Park City business on July 8 as an individual’s vehicle was hit by another vehicle backing out. The suspect is a female with light hair in her mid-50s driving a Jeep Liberty or Patriot. Notable damage to the vehicle’s rear passenger bumper and panel should be evident.

Detectives documented a past crime scene at a gas plant in Coalville on July 8, making contact with employees who stated unknown suspects had gained access to the premises and stole items such as copper wire, brass valves and other equipment such as snow blowers.

A 22-year-old male was found deceased in Park City area on Tuesday, July 9. The case is under investigation.

A female was speaking with her boyfriend while in her car outside of a Park City hotel on July 9. The boyfriend was leaning in her window to speak with her and when she left he failed to step back far enough and she accidentally drove over his foot.

A deputy responded to a report of a runaway juvenile last seen in the Kamas area. The juvenile had failed to return to his home in the South Summit area after an argument with his mother. The boy was located the next day and taken back home to his mother.

Two female suspects were referred to Juvenile Court on Wednesday, July 10, for attempted shoplifting from a Kimball Junction business. The two suspects were reportedly acting suspiciously near the changing rooms and, when approached by an employee, were found to have merchandise in their purses. The two girls were released from the scene at the request of their parents.

A complainant in Kamas reported that her 11-year-old daughter had received a threat on her Facebook account. According to the report, deputies were assigned to make contact with the suspect’s mother. The suspect is 11 years old.

An attended death occurred in the Park City area on July 10 as a man had stated to the Sheriff’s Office that his wife had congestive heart failure and was not feeling well all day. His wife became unresponsive later that day and her son-in-law conducted CPR until emergency crews arrived. EMS declared her deceased on the scene.

A hit and run occurred at a Kimball Junction business on Thursday, July 11, as a female complainant reported that her vehicle was hit in the parking lot of her workplace.

An individual reported that she believed someone cut the lock off of her storage container, stealing some of her property inside. The case is still under investigation.

A female complainant reported on Friday, July 12, that she was having a problem with her ex-husband taking the children for his custodial weekend, due to the fact that he had a suspended driver’s license. Deputies advised her to contact the Sheriff’s Office and have a deputy present to avoid any confrontation. The ex-husband had had his license revoked for an alcohol offense.

The manager of a Kimball Junction business reported a fake $100 bill on July 12. The transaction had already occurred and the bill was taken as evidence.

Deputies were dispatched to a residence in the Snyderville Basin on July 12 as a report of a boyfriend and girlfriend fighting was called in. The two denied making any physical contact, although a third party believed that the female was pulled into the apartment. The two were separated for the night.

Contact was made with a female individual on Sunday, July 14, at a Snyderville Basin residence, as a potential domestic dispute was occurring. The female was wishing to leave the residence and deputies waited around at the scene until she left safely.

Two individuals who had their home burglarized between July 7 and July 13 while they were in Lake Powell reported that the following items were taken from their home: four bottles of alcohol, a coach purse containing an Audi ignition key and cosmetics, a Rolex watch and a diamond wedding ring. The total value of the items was over $25,000.

A female individual called the Sheriff’s Office on July 14 to report that her sister was yelling profanities and would not get into a vehicle to go home. Deputies arrived and made contact with the female, who was found to be intoxicated. She was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.


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