Sheriff’s Report, Dec. 30, 2015-Jan. 1, 2016
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, Dec. 21, and Sunday, Dec. 27, including the following:
Sunday, Dec. 27
An unknown suspect stole a 2003 grey Chevrolet Suburban from a Basin-area home while it was warming up in the driveway. The vehicle has not been located. However, while officers were searching the area a stolen white GMC Savana van was located and returned to the owner in the Salt Lake area.
An unknown suspect broke the front passenger window of a vehicle while it was parked in a Basin-area parking lot and stole a purse.
Saturday, Dec. 26
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood and arrested a woman for assault, domestic violence in the presence of a child, interfering with an arrest and intoxication.
Deputies were dispatched to home in a Basin-area neighborhood about a possible squatter situation. A man reported that when his home had been lived in and several items were missing. An investigation is ongoing.
A man driving a red tractor pulling a white box trailer left a Basin-area gas station without paying for $340.42 in gas. The vehicle was traveling westbound on Interstate 80.
Friday, Dec. 25
Deputies received a report of a theft which allegedly occurred sometime between Dec. 21 and Dec. 25 at a Basin-area home. A woman reported a pair of diamond earrings worth approximately $5,500 missing. An investigation is ongoing.
Thursday, Dec. 24
An unknown suspect keyed a white Jeep Grand Cherokee while it was parked in a Basin-area parking lot.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a Basin-area home and arrested a man for assault, three charges of domestic violence in the presence of children, interruption of a communication device, intoxication and unlawful detention.
Deputies and medical personnel responded to a home near Kimball Junction after dispatch received a report of a woman who was not breathing. The woman was pronounced deceased.
A man reported on-going issue with another man in his Basin-area neighborhood.
A Basin-area business reported a man who had been trespassed from the property was driving through the parking lot. Several attempts were made to contact the driver.
Wednesday, Dec. 23
Deputies and medical personnel responded to a report of an unconscious 81-year-old man at a South Summit residence. He was later pronounced deceased. An investigation is ongoing because the man is from out of state.
Dispatch received a report of a sexual assault in South Summit. An investigation is ongoing.
A car hit a light pole in a parking lot in a Basin-area neighborhood. No injuries were associated with the accident.
Deputies responded to domestic violence situation at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood and preliminarily arrested a woman for assault and three counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.
Deputies responded to a citizen’s dispute at where a woman claimed that a man was recording her through her phone. No citations were issued.
Tuesday, Dec. 22
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation over parking and rent payments at a Basin-area home. A man was arrested for assault.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a South Summit home. A woman was arrested for assault.
Dispatch received a report of a vehicle that was swerving and had missed two stop signs in a Basin-area neighborhood. When deputies found the vehicle, it had been driven off the road. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence.
Monday, Dec. 21
A man, who admitted to wrecking his vehicle and then leaving the scene, was later arrested near Kimball Junction for possession of cocaine, leaving the scene of an accident and an interlock ignition violation.
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