Sheriff’s Report, April 20-22, 2016
Several vehicles that were parked in various locations throughout the North Summit area last week were vandalized in a string of related incidents, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
On Monday, April 11, deputies responded to nine separate calls where the windows of several vehicles had been damaged in Coalville and Hoytsville, according to call logs. The report states that one of the vehicles was parked in front of the North Summit High School in the view of video surveillance.
Sgt. Ron Bridge said the vehicles sustained damage to their front, side and back windows. Bridge said investigators believe a pellet or BB gun was used. An investigation is ongoing.
"We are asking for public assistance from anyone in the North Summit area," Bridge said. "If they saw or heard anything on that date to report it to the Sheriff’s Office."
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, April 11, and Monday, April 18, including five incidents of suspected fraudulent activity.
Monday, April 18
Deputies identified and cited a man suspected of removing elk antlers last week from the Swaner EcoCenter.
A man reported that someone had taken $200 out of his account in Phoenix, Arizona, approximately two hours after he had used his card at a Kimball Junction-area business.
Sunday, April 17
Deputies stopped a car on a Basin-area road after discovering the driver had outstanding warrants. He followed deputies and was arrested at the Summit County Jail.
Saturday, April 16
Deputies arrested a man in the Basin during a traffic stop for several outstanding warrants.
Deputies stopped a car for speeding near Tanger Outlet and arrested the driver for possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol by a minor.
Friday, April 15
A man was transported to the Park City Medical Center after he attempted suicide in the bathroom of a Basin-area business.
Deputies stopped a car traveling along U.S. 40 for improper lane travel and cited the passenger for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Dispatch received a report from a man that two fraudulent charges were made on his account at a Kimball Junction-area business. An investigation is ongoing.
Thursday, April 14
Dispatch received a report from a woman claiming she was contacted by someone identifying themselves as "Card Member Services" asking for her Social Security information.
Two different women reported fraudulent charges were made on cards that were still in their possession at Kimball Junction-area businesses.
Wednesday, April 13
Deputies responded to a report of a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at an apartment complex in Kimball Junction. However, when deputies arrived the woman refused to cooperate.
A woman contacted dispatch claiming her cell phone had been recently damaged during an argument with her husband. An investigation is ongoing.
A Basin homeowner contacted dispatch to report that someone had left the water running in his home causing more than $5,000 worth of damages.
Tuesday, April 12
No significant incidents were reported.
Monday, April 11
Deputies responded to a Basin-area business after dispatch received a report that someone had damaged his vehicle while it was in the parking lot. An investigation is ongoing.
A man reported two of the wheels to his 2015 Volkswagon Jetta were removed sometime during the night while his car was parked in front of his Kimball Junction-area home. An investigation is ongoing.
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