September 3, 2013
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls Friday, Aug. 30, and Saturday, Aug. 31.
A man reported his son as a runaway on Aug. 31 after he failed to come back home after school. The man does not know where his son would have gone and asked that he be listed as a runaway juvenile.
A male suspect ran out of a North Summit business stealing a case of beer on Aug. 30. Several witnesses saw the man run from the store but deputies were unable to obtain any information on the man’s whereabouts from his family. The case is still under investigation.
A female was taken to the emergency room on Aug. 30, and her mother believed that her friends should be arrested for giving her alcohol. Because the female was 21 years old, deputies advised that she could make her own decisions.
An unknown suspect broke into a vehicle in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction business on Aug. 30, stealing a purse with all of the belongings inside. The passenger side window was also broken out.
A deputy stopped an individual on Interstate 80 on Aug. 31 for speeding. During contact, the deputy detected an odor of marijuana and later found each person in the vehicle to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. All three suspects were arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
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During a traffic stop on State Road 224, a suspect’s vehicle was impounded for no insurance and revoked registration.
A vehicle found to be impeding traffic near a business at Kimball Junction was issued a citation and towed after numerous attempts were made to find the owner, with no success.
A man reported that he stopped in the travel lane in front of a Kimball Junction business on Aug. 31 and was hit by another vehicle backing out of a parking space. The driver who had pulled out of the parking space left the scene.
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