Sheriff’s Report, Feb. 4, 2015
A woman was involved in a one vehicle rollover accident in North Summit last week and was cited for driving under the influence, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Department.
On Wednesday, Jan. 28, the 24-year-old woman was traveling northbound alongYellow Creek Road when she lost control of her vehicle, according to Sergeant Ron Bridge.
The woman was able to exit her vehicle and walked to a nearby home to ask for help, the report stated. She left the home before deputies arrived, but was later located.
The woman was transported to Evanston Regional Hospital, where she admitted to drinking whiskey and driving, Bridge said. She was cited for DUI and failure to maintain control of a vehicle.
Summit County Sheriff’s deputies responded to numerous other calls between Tuesday, Jan. 27, and Saturday, Jan. 31 including the following:
Saturday, Jan. 31
A pedestrian in the Kimball Junction area was crossing the road when he was struck by a vehicle. The man and the driver exchanged information and the driver is planning to meet with deputies to give a statement and her insurance information.
Dispatch received a report of a possible DUI near Kimball Junction. Upon arrival, deputies found a man sitting in his vehicle. He was arrested for DUI and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Friday, Jan. 30
Deputies received information about a theft in progress at a retail store near Kimball Junction. Deputies stopped a taxi in the area and arrested a man trying to steal a snowblower and a woman for an outstanding warrant.
Thursday, Jan. 29
After a traffic stop on State Road 224, a driver led deputies on a short pursuit in the Snyderville Basin. The driver was found to be intoxicated and was arrested.
Dispatch received reports that a man was caught huffing compressed duster gas from a can at a retail store near Kimball Junction and was kicked out. When deputies arrived and found the man with three cans, he was arrested.
Deputies were dispatched to a verbal fight at a South Summit residence. No arrests were made.
Following a traffic stop near Kimball Junction for revoked registration and no insurance, a driver was found to have two active warrants for his arrest, a suspended driver’s license, and had failed to install an ignition interlock. The driver was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Wednesday, Jan. 28
A complainant reported that a member of a security staff contracted for a party allegedly stole approximately $6,000 in cash. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to reports of an intoxicated driver near Kimball Junction. The woman was found to be impaired and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and transported to the Summit County Jail.
A vehicle was burglarized near Jeremy Ranch. An in-dash stereo was reported missing.
A woman reported her vehicle had been burglarized after she parked it in South Summit. Her purse and wallet were stolen, but were located three hours later. A witness observed a white, two-door truck parked near the woman’s vehicle at the time of the theft.
Deputies responded to a party in South Summit and issued seven citations for unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor.
Tuesday, Jan. 27
An ATV that was stolen from a South Summit residence was recovered in Salt Lake City by Salt Lake City Police.
A white vehicle hit another vehicle parked near Silver Creek and left.
A Nevada woman temporarily staying in the Snyderville Basin reported a man had been following her in violation of a protective order. Both parties have since return to Nevada.
The manager of a retail store in the Tanger Outlets found a price tag from a shirt lying on the floor of the store. He checked the inventory and discovered the shirt had been stolen.
A woman was arrested for intoxication near Kimball Junction after witnesses reported to dispatch she was stumbling around.
A man reported that his credit cards had been used four times around the country, even though he has the cards in his possession.
Deputies were dispatched for a medical incident involving a protective order violation in North Summit. No arrests were made.
Monday, Jan. 26
Dispatch received a domestic violence assault call at a residence in the Snyderville Basin. Deputies found a man with a laceration on his head from glass, but he declined pressing charges.
A woman reported a pair of earrings and a ring went missing while she staying at a hotel in the Snyderville Basin.
A woman reported to dispatch that an unknown suspect stole her wallet from the passenger seat of her vehicle, while it was parked in her garage at a residence near Kimball Junction. A credit card from her wallet was used to charge $100 at a gas station, but there wasn’t any further information available.
A woman went into a store near Kimball Junction to purchase a money card after receiving a call from a man who claimed to be from IRS. An employee thought it was a scam and verified it with dispatch.
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