Sheriff’s Report: attempted overdose in Kimball Junction parking lot |

Sheriff’s Report: attempted overdose in Kimball Junction parking lot

A woman attempted to overdose on prescription pills in the parking lot of a business in the Newpark area of Kimball Junction on Oct. 20, according to the Summit Sheriff’s Office.

The woman reportedly ingested 16 pills from a prescription that had been filled the day before. Deputies stayed with the woman until medical personnel transferred the woman to Park City Hospital, where she was involuntarily committed.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies also responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Oct. 17, and Saturday, Oct. 22, including two cases involving stolen vehicles.

Saturday, Oct. 22

A South Summit mailbox was damaged.  

A Santa Cruz mountain bicycle was reported stolen from a Basin apartment complex.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road and arrested the driver for several outstanding warrants.

Friday, Oct. 21
Employees at a store in the Basin contacted dispatch after they suspected a woman of stealing several items. Deputies met with the woman at her home and she denied the accusations. She was asked not to return to the store.
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling on Interstate 80 for an equipment violation and arrested the driver for two outstanding warrants for assault, criminal mischief and domestic violence in the presence of a child.

Dispatch received a report that a Cadillac Escalade had been stolen from a home in the Basin after the owner left the keys in the vehicle while it was parked in the garage. Utah Highway Patrol troopers later located the vehicle and arrested a suspect. An investigation is ongoing.

Dispatch received a report of an altercation between several hunters in North Summit where someone allegedly made threats. No citations were issued and the group was told not to return to the area.

A South Summit mailbox was reportedly damaged.

Thursday, Oct. 20
A window was broken out of a North Summit cabin and several items were reported missing. An investigation is ongoing.

Wednesday, Oct. 19

No significant incidents were reported.

Tuesday, Oct. 18

A man admitted to stealing an iPad and laptop from his roommates. The items were recovered and the victims declined to press charges.
While searching for a suspicious vehicle, deputies noticed a man sitting in his vehicle on a Basin road. He was arrested on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Dispatch received a report about a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a home in the Basin, however, the individuals declined to cooperate. The woman was transported to Park City Medical Center after she complained of injuries. She was also cited for intoxication. The case will be sent to the county attorney for screening.
Several appliances and cabinet fixtures were stolen from a home that is under construction in the Basin.

Monday, Oct. 17

Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling on State Road 224 for a seatbelt violation and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant. He was also preliminarily charged with possession of a controlled substance and driving on a suspended license.

A package was reportedly stolen from the doorstep of an apartment in the Basin. An investigation is ongoing.

A dinosaur toy and a small flashlight were reportedly taken from a vehicle while it was parked in front of a business in the Basin.
A 2013 GMC Sierra was reported stolen from a North Summit home. Tools and golf clubs were in the vehicle when it was taken. An investigation is ongoing. A purse was also reported stolen from the vehicle parked next to the GMC.
The GMC was located on Saturday in Rosepark after it had been involved in a single-vehicle accident. The driver was described as a woman, medium-to-heavy build with shoulder-length dark curly hair.

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