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Sheriff’s Report: deputies arrest man after foot pursuit

Dec. 21-23 2016

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An employee at a business in the Snyderville Basin was arrested on Sunday after leading deputies on a foot chase throughout the store, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

At around 5 p.m., dispatch received a report that an employee had drugs presumed to be marijuana in his backpack, according to a report. When deputies located the 24-year-old employee, they found drugs and paraphernalia in his possession. He attempted to run away, but was quickly arrested on preliminary charges of resisting arrest, and possession of drugs and paraphernalia.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Dec. 12, and Sunday, Dec. 18, including three domestic violence situations and two deaths.

Sunday, Dec. 18

Someone stole a rear tire from a mountain bike at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area.

Dispatch received a report about a man who was suffering from chest pains on a North Summit road near Interstate 80 and appeared to be suffering from a heart attack. The man was transported to the University of Utah Hospital in a medical helicopter.

Saturday, Dec. 17

Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 and arrested two men for outstanding warrants. One of the men was also arrested on preliminary charges of possession of marijuana.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for an equipment violation and found drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. The driver was arrested on preliminary charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, equipment violation and failure to install an ignition interlock device.

Friday, Dec. 16

Medical personnel responded to a South Summit home after dispatch received a report about a deceased 29-year-old man. An investigation is ongoing.
 
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road and arrested the driver after discovering he had an outstanding warrant.

Thursday, Dec. 15

Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a North Summit home after a family member contacted dispatch. A man was arrested for domestic violence assault and two counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.

Deputies are investigating an alleged rape that occurred several months ago.

Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a Basin home. The man was arrested on preliminary charges of domestic violence assault after he admitted to slapping the woman.

A bronze 7300 Trek road bike was reported stolen from a garage in the Basin. An investigation is ongoing.

Wednesday, Dec. 14

A 62-year-old South Summit woman was found unconscious in her bed. She later passed away. Her death is not considered suspicious.

Dispatch received a report about a potentially suicidal woman in South Summit. She was involuntarily committed to the University of Utah Hospital.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 32 and cited the driver for driving without a valid driver’s license. The passenger of the vehicle was cited for allowing the vehicle to be driven without insurance and current registration.
 
Dispatch received a report of a potentially suicidal woman at a Basin home. She was transported to Park City Hospital before being arrested for an outstanding warrant.

Tuesday, Dec. 13

Several items were taken from two unlocked vehicles while they were parked in the driveway of a Basin home.
 
Deputies are investigating graffiti that was found on several bleachers and a building at a school in the Basin.

Monday, Dec. 12

Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a home in a Basin neighborhood, but no arrests were made. The case will be screened by the county attorney’s office for charges.


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