The Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from Tuesday, Aug. 6, to Thursday, Aug. 8.
A man renting a cabin in Weber Canyon was given two months to move out. He had an individual helping him move his belongings, and the individual stayed on the property after the man left. The cabin was reportedly destroyed and every window and wall was smashed. The owners said they are not as concerned about the damage as about a threatening note that was left.
A resort in the Snyderville Basin called in a report of a past occurred theft involving an employee. The employee was interviewed and confessed to taking money from the register. He was issued a class B citation and released.
A man in Kimball Junction reported on Wednesday, Aug. 7, that his vehicle had its rear driver-side passenger window broken out. A bowling ball and bag were found near the vehicle and the man denied that the two items belonged to him. He also said nothing was missing from his vehicle and there was no video surveillance of the area. A woman later approached a deputy and said her headlights had been kicked out.
A man driving a vehicle on State Road 248 failed to dim his headlights on August 7 and after a traffic stop a deputy determined he was impaired. The man failed field sobriety tests and showed a blood-alcohol content of .131. The man was booked on driving under the influence and failure to dim his lights.
A vehicle stopped on S.R. 224 on Aug. 7 was stopped for expired registration and the driver, a male, was found to have an active warrant for his arrest from the Salt Lake City Justice Court. During the arrest, the passenger, a female, had a cup with an alcoholic beverage in it. During a probable cause search of the vehicle, a marijuana joint was found in the female’s purse along with rolling papers in the center console. Both individuals were arrested.
An individual was stopped for a license plate light violation on S.R. 224 on Thursday, Aug. 8, and the passenger of the vehicle, a female, was found to have four active warrants for her arrest. The driver was released on a verbal warning and the passenger was arrested.
Deputies responded to a report of a deceased female at a North Summit campground on Aug. 8. CPR was started on the woman by witnesses before medical help arrived. A man close to the woman said that the two of them had gone outside to smoke when she collapsed. The woman was transported by Air Med to the University of Utah Hospital. What caused the woman to collapse is unknown.
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Sheriff’s report: $35,000 in damages to Summit Park condo after sink was plugged and water left running for days
A sink on the third floor of the residence was plugged and all three levels were damaged.