Sheriff’s Report, Feb.2-5, 2016
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Tuesday, Jan. 26, and Saturday, Jan. 30, including two incidents of driving under the influence:
Saturday, Jan. 30 Incident: Assault
Dispatch received a report from a man who claimed he was assaulted while delivering pizzas and another woman had been hit by the suspect’s vehicle. Deputies determined evidence did not support criminal charges and no citations were issued.
An unknown person shattered the rear window of a minivan while it was parked on a Basin-area street.
An unknown person in a light-colored sedan traveling the wrong way down a Basin-area road hit a silver Porsche Cayenne. The driver was described as a white male with a black hat.
Friday, Jan. 29
Deputies responded to an alarm at a Basin-area home and noticed the rear door had been pried open. No items were taken and no evidence was found.
A handgun still in its case was found on a jeep Wrangler’s bumper while parked near a Basin-area hotel. Deputies contacted the owner and placed the gun into evidence.
Thursday, Jan. 28
A large truck struck a Kimball Junction-area parking structure and caused nearly $10,000 worth of damage.
Wednesday, Jan. 27
Deputies arrested a man with an active warrant while he was sitting in his vehicle with the engine running in the Kimball Junction-area.
A man reported that while he was out of town someone had unsuccessfully attempted to break into his Basin-area home. An investigation is ongoing.
Dispatch received a report of an accident at a Basin-area intersection and determined the driver suffered a medical issue. He was transported to the Park City Medical Center.
Dispatch received a report about a suspicious dollar bill that was located in the woman’s restroom of a Basin-area gas station. Deputies discovered the bill contained traces of methamphetamine. There were no suspects.
Tuesday, Jan. 26
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a home near Kimball Junction. The woman was arrested for assault and criminal mischief.
After deputies stopped a car that was suspected in a hit-and-run in the Kimball Junction-area, the driver was arrested for driving under the influence.
Deputies assisted Utah Highway Patrol with an accident in the Kimball Junction-area and arrested a woman for driving under the influence.
Deputies took a fraud report from a woman at a Basin-area home who claimed someone had opened up a line of credit in her name and made purchases in Atlanta, Georgia worth more than $2,500.
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