The Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls between Thursday, Aug. 22, and Monday, Aug. 26.
An individual near Rockport Estates reported a fight in progress on Aug. 22. Deputies later determined that no physical altercation had taken place. One individual rode a dirt bike through another’s property, while another individual confronted someone with a golf club. No persons involved pressed charges.
A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle on Interstate 80 for expired registration. An odor of marijuana was coming from the car and a search of the vehicle yielded a bottle of oxycodone pills. A bottle of marijuana was also located in the glove box. Both passengers were arrested on possession charges.
A fight between two juvenile males was reported on State Road 32 on Aug. 22. One of the males sustained injuries and the parents of both were notified. Neither parents wished to press charges.
A suicidal male in the Snyderville Basin was voluntarily transported to the University of Utah Hospital on Aug. 23.
Deputies responded to a business in North Summit where it was reported a male had stolen beer. Contact was made with the suspect who stated he stole it and would be willing to pay for it. He was arrested and booked for retail theft.
A man and his wife reported their juvenile daughter missing on Aug. 23 after she went on a date. She was located the next day in the Snyderville Basin. The father said he did not want to pursue charges.
Deputies stopped a female in a vehicle in Kimball Junction on Aug. 23, seeing that she was slumped over in the car. An odor of alcohol was detected and field sobriety tests were given on the woman. She failed all tests and was arrested for driving under the influence.
A woman called deputies about a dispute she and a man were having over the removal of a fence and property lines. Pictures were taken and the incident was documented.
A male in the Snyderville Basin who was intoxicated threw a female to the ground on Aug. 24 and assaulted her. The woman had obvious wounds but denied medical attention. The man was arrested and booked on assault and intoxication charges.
Deputies responded to a report of an intoxicated male on a bicycle in the Snyderville Basin on Aug. 24. Upon arrival, the man was found swearing and throwing his arms about. He was arrested and booked for public intoxication.
A stop was made on a vehicle for lane travel on Aug. 25 on S.R. 224 and contact was made with the driver, who was found to have five active warrants for his arrest. A probable cause search of the vehicle yielded marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked on the warrants and the possession charges.
During a traffic stop made on a vehicle for speeding on I-80, deputies noticed the driver and a passenger acting suspiciously. A probable cause search of the vehicle yielded numerous baggies, a scale, a spoon and a methamphetamine pipe. The driver was arrested on possession charges.
A male was reported missing by his parents on Aug. 25. It was suspected he was traveling back to Tennessee. The male’s phone was pinged to a Park City location and he was later found riding his bicycle and was taken home by his father.
A 49-year-old male called 911 on Aug. 25 when he was exhausted and unable to find his way back to a trailhead in the Uintas. Summit County Search and Rescue was dispatched and was able to locate the man quickly and get him back to his vehicle. No medical attention was required.
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