Sheriff’s report: Deputies respond to three separate domestic violence cases
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Feb. 11, and Monday, Feb. 18, including three separate domestic violence reports.
Monday, Feb. 18
Deputies responded to three wildlife problems and two non-injury vehicle accidents. No other significant incidents were reported.
Sunday, Feb. 17
Deputies performed 19 traffic stops and responded to one non-injury vehicle accident. No other significant incidents were reported.
Saturday, Feb. 16
Deputies responded to a domestic violence complaint at a South Summit home. A woman told deputies her boyfriend had assaulted her and pushed her into a wall. They found a large hole in the wall and the woman had red marks on her chest. Her boyfriend was arrested under suspicion of assault.
When deputies conducted a records check on a blue van parked at a gas station in the Snyderville Basin, they discovered the registered owner had an outstanding warrant. Deputies performed a traffic stop and arrested the driver for the warrant. He was also arrested under suspicion of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia after methamphetamine and prescription drugs were found in the van.
Friday, Feb. 15
Dispatch received a report about a potential domestic violence incident at an apartment complex in Kimball Junction. Deputies responded to the apartment and a man told them he and his girlfriend had an argument, but she had left. He was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies also observed two holes in the bedroom wall. The woman was located and she admitted causing the damage. She was arrested for criminal mischief.
Employees at the post office in Coalville reported that a man had been loitering in the facility. He claimed to be homeless and had been sleeping there. Deputies told him not to return. Dispatch received another report about him being at the facility on Feb. 16 and he was arrested under suspicion of criminal trespass.
Thursday, Feb. 14
Dispatch received a call about a domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a hotel in Kimball Junction. The pair had attended a concert earlier in the night and had been drinking. When they returned to the hotel, they got into an argument after the man found the woman going through his phone. She then slapped him in the face, hit him in the arms and kicked him. She was arrested under suspicion of assault.
Wednesday, Feb. 13
Deputies performed five traffic stops and responded to three vehicle accidents, including a slide off. No other significant incidents were reported.
Tuesday, Feb. 12
A report was filed against a manager of a business in the Kimball Junction area for stealing sales deposits totally more than $7,900. Five of the seven bags were recovered. The woman was arrested under suspicion of felony theft.
Monday, Feb. 11
When deputies stopped a speeding vehicle in the Basin, they detected the smell of marijuana. The 16- and 17-year-old occupants were found to be in possession of marijuana. They were referred to Juvenile Court and released to a guardian.
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