Sheriff’s Report, April 6-8, 2016
Summit County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Salt Lake City woman for driving under the influence on Friday after she crashed into a fence and was found slumped over the center console of her car.
At around 9:28 p.m., dispatch received a report of a single-vehicle injury accident on Hoytsville Road. When deputies responded, they found the woman in the driver’s seat with the vehicle still running.
The 45-year-old woman was transported to Park City Medical Center after complaining of back pain, but was later released and taken into custody. She was arrested on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and open container.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, March 28, and Monday, April 4, including four domestic violence situations:
Monday, April 4
Deputies arrested a man for an outstanding warrant after he walked into a fire station in the Basin and appeared to be intoxicated.
Dispatch received a report from a woman who claimed she was looking for a rental home on Craigslist and the homeowner was unaware it had been placed for rent. An investigation is ongoing.
Coalville City reported that someone spray painted a bridge over the weekend. Several trees in the North Summit area were also spray painted.
An employee of a Basin-area apartment complex filed a report about graffiti at the apartments.
A South Summit woman reported a man for harassing her. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.
Sunday, April 3
No significant incidents were reported.
Saturday, April 2
Employees of a Kimball Junction-area business contacted dispatch to report that a juvenile allegedly stole a pair of sunglasses.
Dispatch received a report of a car traveling 25 miles per hour along Interstate 80. Deputies found the vehicle near the exit of a Basin-area neighborhood and arrested the driver on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
A North Summit woman reported that someone climbed onto the patio of her apartment, entered her home and stole all of her prescription medications and $20 from her purse. An investigation is ongoing.
Friday, April 1
A woman called dispatch to report that her husband was acting aggressively at their North Summit home. The man fled into a field when deputies arrived and was later found asleep. He was arrested on preliminary charges of assault, criminal trespass and intoxication.
A man reported that several items of jewelry, along with some personal documents, were stolen from his North Summit apartment. An investigation is ongoing.
When deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 for expired registration and smelled marijuana, they arrested the driver on preliminary charges of possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
Thursday, March 31
Deputies responded to a report that three juveniles had stolen lighters from a South Summit convenience store. When they returned to the store, deputies were unable to locate the lighters.
Wednesday, March 30
No significant incidents were reported.
Tuesday, March 29
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation at a North Summit home, but did not find any evidence that a crime had been committed.
Deputies arrested a woman for an outstanding warrant and on preliminary charges of domestic violence after an argument with her boyfriend turned physical.
While responding to a domestic violence situation at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood, deputies found drug paraphernalia and marijuana edibles on a coffee table. The homeowner claimed the items belonged to his tenants. The items were seized and no citations were issued.
Deputies responded to a Kimball Junction-area business after employees noticed someone had accessed the front door and rummaged through several cabinets.
An employee of a Kimball Junction-area business reported that someone had carried the business’s safe to the back door and left it on the ground. An investigation is ongoing.
Monday, March 28
Dispatch received a report about a potentially suicidal woman wandering around a Basin-area neighborhood. Deputies were able to locate the woman with the help of a K9 officer and she was voluntarily transported to Park City Medical Center.
Dispatch received a report that a woman in a white SUV was using fraudulent checks at a Kimball Junction-area business. Deputies stopped the vehicle as it was leaving the area and found several stolen items, including checks and passports. Two women and a man were arrested on preliminary charges of fraud, identification theft, forgery, child endangerment, false registration and possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. A 5-year-old boy who was in the vehicle was released into the custody of family members.
An employee at a Kimball Junction-area hotel contacted dispatch about a room that had been booked online with a stolen credit card. Deputies were unable to locate the card in the suspect’s room. An investigation is ongoing.
Employees of a Kimball Junction-area business contacted dispatch after finding a wallet.
A stolen vehicle was recovered from a campsite along the Mirror Lake Highway (State Road 150).
Deputies spoke with a woman from Wasatch County who wanted to report that she had been physical abused. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a North Summit home. Deputies arrested the man on preliminary charges of domestic violence assault, domestic violence in the presence of a child and criminal mischief.
Deputies responded to a report about a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area. However, the suspect was not home and no citations were issued.
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