Sheriff’s Report, Feb. 25-27, 2015
Two vehicles were reported stolen and two more were burglarized at the Powderwood Apartments on Tuesday, Feb. 17, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office logs.
Summit County deputies were dispatched to the Powderwood Apartments after receiving reports of a stolen 1997 tan Toyota Camry, according to the logs. While investigating the scene, deputies received reports that another vehicle was taken from the area, a 1997 tan Honda Civic.
West Valley police officers recovered the stolen Honda Civic on Wednesday and the Toyota Camry on Saturday. The first vehicle was found abandoned in West Valley and the ignition had been removed, according to the logs.
The second vehicle was recovered from an auto-body shop. It was tagged with a stolen license plate, but nothing else was recovered from the scene.
Also on the night of Feb. 17, two other vehicles at the Powderwood Apartments were burglarized. An ignition key to a different car was stolen and a stereo system was among the items listed as missing.
Deputies dusted for fingerprints, but no evidence was located at any crime scene and there are no suspects.
Summit County Sheriff’s deputies responded to numerous other calls between Tuesday, Feb. 17, and Monday, Feb. 23, including the following:
Monday, Feb. 23
Deputies were dispatched to an apartment complex in the South Snyderville Basin after receiving reports of property damage. A glass window on an exterior entrance was broken out. There was no evidence found at the scene and there are no suspects.
A woman near the Kimball Junction area reported a stalking violation, but deputies were unable to substantiate the claim.
Sunday, Feb. 22
Deputies were dispatched after receiving reports of a domestic violence dispute at a residence in North Summit. A man was arrested and booked into Summit County Jail.
A woman surrendered herself to the Summit County Jail because she had an active warrant in Salt Lake County’s Third District Court for a felony charge.
Deputies were dispatched after receiving reports of a hit-and-run in South Summit where property fence was damaged. Deputies discovered a license plate lying in the snow and a South Summit driver was issued a citation for failing to remain at the scene of an accident
Saturday, Feb. 21
A traffic stop in Kimball Junction led to the arrest of a woman for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.
Friday, Feb. 20
An 18-year-old male was arrested in the South Snyderville Basin after deputies approached his parked vehicle and discovered alcohol, a red backpack containing a scale, marijuana, and a box of plastic sandwich bags. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
A South Snyderville Basin man reported to dispatch that his friend sold an engine of his without his permission. An investigation is ongoing.
Wednesday, Feb. 18
An iPhone 4s and approximately $145 in cash were reported stolen from the South Summit Recreation Center.
Tuesday, Feb. 17
Deputies unsuccessfully attempted to serve a protective order to a Wasatch County resident working in the North Snyderville Basin.
A North Summit man called dispatch to report he observed a yellow SUV stopping at his mail box and taking his mail. The mail was outgoing and included several checks. An investigation is ongoing.
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