Sheriff’s Report: deputies respond to five burglary cases
Dec. 7-9, 2016
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Sunday, Nov. 27, and Saturday, Dec. 3, including five burglary cases.
Saturday, Dec. 3
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a Basin home. The man was arrested on preliminary charges of criminal mischief and intoxication.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road for an equipment violation. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for an outstanding warrant and driving without a license.
Deputies responded to a potential assault between employees at a business in the Kimball Junction area. One of the employees was allegedly shoved after a disagreement concerning a bread display. The victim declined to press charges.
Dispatch received a report about a man who stole a package from the front porch of a Basin home. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect’s vehicle.
Friday, Dec. 2
Dispatch received a report about a suspicious vehicle in a Basin neighborhood. A woman claimed the suspect was parked across from her home and left after seeing her pull into her driveway. The vehicle was described as a small, white, two-door Chevrolet, driven by a white man wearing a black-knit cap.
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman in the parking lot of a business near a Basin neighborhood. The suspects reportedly left and were pulled over on a Basin road. The driver was arrested on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Thursday, Dec. 1
A Basin man contacted dispatch after his black 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee was stolen from his driveway while it was warming up. An investigation is ongoing.
A Basin woman was contacted by her bank after several suspicious transactions had taken place in her investment account. An investigation is ongoing.
A Basin woman contacted dispatch after she was contacted by a collection agency in Denver claiming she had credit card debt in her name even though she does not own any credit cards. An investigation is ongoing.
Wednesday, Nov. 30
Someone reportedly stole several items from a Basin home, including a handgun, money and collectible gold coins. An investigation is ongoing.
A man contacted dispatch after he was reportedly involved in a road-rage incident on a Basin road. The man claimed the other driver tailgated him until he pulled over to the side of the road and then slapped him. The case has been forwarded to the County Attorney’s Office.
Dispatch received a report about a vehicle that was driving recklessly and had swerved off the road in a Basin neighborhood. The driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant and transported to the Summit County Jail.
Tuesday, Nov. 29
Deputies stopped a car in a Kimball Junction area parking lot after discovering the registered owners had multiple outstanding warrants. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Monday, Nov. 28
Deputies were asked to investigate a potential fraud case where two suspects were allegedly impersonating real estate agents and attempting to rent a residence in the area.
A rental vehicle was left abandoned at an intersection in a Basin neighborhood. The vehicle was towed for snow removal and abandonment.
Dispatch received a report of a possible intoxicated driver on State Road 248. Deputies stopped the vehicle for a traffic violation and discovered the driver had an outstanding warrant. He was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail where officers found a drug suspected to be heroin in his possession. He was preliminarily charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance in a correction facility, failure to register a vehicle and driving without a valid license.
Sunday, Nov. 27
A Basin woman who left two vehicles unlocked in her driveway contacted dispatch after noticing the glove boxes were opened. No items were reported missing.
A Basin woman contacted dispatch after a silver Dodge Ram pickup truck backed up to her tent trailer and attempted to steal it. The suspect’s vehicle sped away when the woman went outside. Deputies were unable to locate the vehicle.
Dispatch received a report from a woman that someone had rummaged through her car while it was parked in a Basin neighborhood. A dollar bill and the vehicle’s registration were the only items reported missing.
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