Between Friday, Sept. 13, and Monday, Sept. 16, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls including the following:
A vehicle was reported missing or stolen in the Snyderville Basin. There were no suspects at the time of the report, and deputies were attempting to locate it.
A man in the Snyderville Basin reported that his GPS, radar detector and wallet were stolen from inside his vehicle on the night of Sept. 12. Credit cards in the wallet were used at a Salt Lake business. A deputy was attempting to get video surveillance.
Deputies responded to a suspicious male walking around houses in the Snyderville Basin, eventually locating him inside his vehicle. The man provided a deputy with multiple names and dates of birth and was arrested for providing false information.
A report of a juvenile with a gun was sent in to the Sheriff’s Office. The boy was intoxicated and had nothing visible in his hands, but was aggressive and claimed he would shoot a deputy. He was taken to the University of Utah Hospital for consumption of alcohol by a minor.
A woman in North Summit reported that she received a letter from a bank that someone had tried to open a credit card under her name. The bank denied the individual seeking to open the card.
A young boy who was dropped off at a football game was supposed to contact his parents following the game and was reported missing when he failed to do so. He called his parents the next day and was fine.
A suspect in a vehicle burglary near Kimball Junction fled deputies on foot. The man was later taken into custody at his home and was charged with vehicle burglary, fleeing police, possession of stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A past occurred burglary case in which a woman stated someone broke into her truck and stole a backpack containing an Xbox 360 console, controllers and several games was referred to an investigations team for follow-up. The woman said no windows were broken and there were no signs of forced entry.
A third-party caller reported a possible case of domestic violence in the Snyderville Basin. Deputies were unable to locate any suspects or victims.
A general contractor on a job site in the Snyderville Basin reported the theft of copper wire and piping. A neighbor told the contractor that another neighbor had seen two different suspicious trucks at the job site two nights in a row. The vehicles were described as a dark-colored pickup truck and a silver pickup truck with a shell on it. The neighbor believes the individuals go to the site around midnight.
A man who assaulted a woman in a domestic violence case in the Snyderville Basin was taken into custody after cleared from the hospital. The man was in violation of his parole.
A deputy was dispatched to a report of a past occurred theft where a man claimed his roommate had taken some jewelry from a residence they were working on. The suspect was contacted and said he accidentally took a ring but would return it to the Sheriff’s Office. The complainant stated that two rings had actually been stolen.
An individual reported being woke by a female neighbor screaming ‘help’ in the Snyderville Basin. Deputies attempted to make contact with the woman but no one came to the door. Two vehicles were parked in the driveway with the doors left open and a woman’s purse was found on the ground with items scattered. Deputies will follow up.
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