Sheriff’s Report, April 27-29, 2016 | ParkRecord.com

Sheriff’s Report, April 27-29, 2016

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Last week, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office was looking for the driver of a vehicle that was found abandoned on Echo Dam Road near the Interstate 80 on-ramp in eastern Summit County.

At around 8:16 a.m. Thursday, April 21, a driver reported seeing a red 1999 Ford Mustang with Utah plates crashed on the northeast end of Echo Dam Road. A report states the car was significantly damaged and the doors were found open. Sgt. Ron Bridge said the driver and passenger side airbags had deployed. Blood was found on the driver’s side airbag.

"It appeared whoever drove was injured," Bridge said. "We did a search of area hospitals and found that no one had come in with any kind of injuries relating to the accident."

The registered owner of the vehicle claimed he had sold it and did not know the name of the new owner. A Wasatch County citation was found in the vehicle. As of Tuesday, Bridge said the driver has not been located.

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Tuesday, April 19, and Monday, April 25, including five suspected cases of assault.

Monday, April 25

Someone stole a blue Graco 1095 paint sprayer worth approximately $5,000 over the weekend from a location in the Basin. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road for a taillight violation and arrested the driver for outstanding warrants. He was also preliminarily charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Dispatch received a report of a domestic violence situation between two men stemming from an argument about whether to turn a light switch on or off. Deputies arrested one of the men for assault.

Deputies responded to a Kimball Junction-area business after dispatch received a report of a fight involving two women. One of the women was arrested on preliminary charges of intoxication and assault.

Sunday, April 24

Deputies arrested a man at a North Summit home for having an outstanding warrant. During his arrest, he lost consciousness and was transported to Park City Medical Center. He was later released and booked into the Summit County Jail.

Deputies arrested a man on a preliminary charge of assault after he admitted to punching a woman.

Deputies stopped a vehicle in South Summit for having no registration and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant. Deputies also found paraphernalia and drugs suspected to be heroin and cocaine. The driver was preliminarily charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

Saturday, April 23

A North Summit woman reported an alleged assault that occurred in February. The suspect lives out of the area and charges will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.

Dispatch received a report of a domestic violence situation at a South Summit home between a woman and a man who was allegedly intoxicated and armed. When deputies responded, they determined that a domestic violence incident did not occur and no citations were issued.

Dispatch received a report from a man that his 2009 Ford pickup truck had been stolen sometime during the night while it was parked in front of his home in a Basin-area neighborhood.

A Basin-area homeowner contacted dispatch claiming he has been harassed by the president of his homeowner’s association for several years. Deputies advised both parties to communicate professionally.

Employees at a Kimball Junction-area store contacted dispatch about a man that was acting suspiciously while attempting to purchase a computer. The suspect was described as African American and wearing a yellow sweatshirt. He reportedly left in a red Chevrolet Malibu. An investigation is ongoing.

Friday, April 22

A North Summit woman was found unresponsive after admittedly taking heroin. She was transported to Park City Medical Center.

Deputies responded to a North Summit home for an incident involving a juvenile suspected of assault, intoxication and criminal mischief.

A South Summit woman claimed someone entered her home and stole a camera and stuffed animal.

Dispatch received a report from a Basin-area woman about a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman. The woman claimed her neighbors were involved in an altercation. The suspect was not located and the case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.

Thursday, April 21

Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a South Summit home. The woman admitted to attacking the man in front of two children and was arrested for assault and domestic violence in the presence of a child. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.

A 64-year-old South Summit woman was found deceased in her yard by medical personnel. The Sheriff’s Office does not suspect foul play.

Deputies arrested a man for possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia after he was found sleeping in his vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction-area business.

Wednesday, April 20

Deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 for a red light violation and arrested the driver for providing false information to a police officer and forgery.

A Basin-area woman contacted dispatch after she said several pieces of mail were missing from her mailbox.

Tuesday, April 19

Dispatch received a report from a North Summit man that he was being threatened over a pending custody case. His home was listed under property watch and an investigation is ongoing.

A woman contacted dispatch and claimed a man was acting suspiciously outside of her home near Kimball Junction. When deputies arrived, the man could not be located.

Deputies found a driver slumped over the wheel of his Subaru while it was parked in the parking lot of a South Summit business. He was arrested for driving under the influence and possession of an open container.

A full-suspension Cannondale mountain bike was stolen from a home in a Basin-area neighborhood.

Deputies responded to a residence in a Basin-area neighborhood after the homeowner reported several tools were missing from his garage. He said the hand and power tools are worth approximately $2,800.


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