Sheriff’s Report: four cases involve possession of marijuana
Feb. 22-24, 2017
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, Feb. 13, and Sunday, Feb. 19, including four cases involving possession of marijuana.
Sunday, Feb. 19
Dispatch received a report of a domestic violence incident and arrested a woman on preliminary charges of domestic violence assault and two counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.
Saturday, Feb. 18
Dispatch received a report about a dark-colored SUV with two men inside parked on a Basin road. Deputies responded and found marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol inside the vehicle. The passenger was arrested on preliminary charges of minor in possession, and possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia. The driver was released without a citation.
Deputies arrested a man for two outstanding warrants after he was found sleeping in his van in the parking lot of a resort in the Basin.
Several employees at a business in the Kimball Junction area claim a former employee has been sending inappropriate text messages. However, no one wanted to press charges.
A woman claimed her purse was stolen from her condo in the Basin.
Friday, Feb. 17
Deputies approached a vehicle parked at a gas station in the Basin after discovering the driver had a suspended license. They noticed the driver was acting suspiciously and arrested him for possession of drugs and paraphernalia.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road for expired registration and arrested a passenger in the vehicle for outstanding warrants. The driver was cited for the traffic violation and released.
An employee at a North Summit business claimed a man stole a case of beer from the store. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect in the area.
Someone tried to pry open the bathroom door to a restroom at a Basin trailhead.
A Basin man reported fraudulent charges were made on his credit card in New Jersey. An investigation is ongoing.
Thursday, Feb. 16
Dispatch received a report about a domestic violence incident at a North Summit home involving a shovel and a loaded gun. Deputies arrested a woman on preliminary charges of aggravated assault and criminal mischief.
A suicidal woman attempted to strangle herself while being driven to Park City Hospital, causing her counselor to call dispatch. The woman was handcuffed and taken via ambulance to the hospital.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Interstate 80 for following too closely and detected the smell of marijuana. Two men were issued citations for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. They were both released.
Wednesday, Feb. 15
No significant incidents were reported.
Tuesday, Feb. 14
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 and arrested a passenger for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Three men were acting suspiciously in a vehicle in the parking lot of a Basin park when deputies approached and smelled a drug presumed to be marijuana. One man was cited for possession of marijuana and released.
Monday, Feb. 13
Deputies stopped a vehicle in the Kimball Junction area for failing to yield and discovered the driver had an outstanding warrant. Deputies let him drive to the Summit County Jail and arrested him for the warrant.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for a traffic violation and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant. He was transported to Wasatch County and booked into jail.
A business in the Basin contacted dispatch after noticing their mailbox was damaged and reported several items were missing.
A North Summit man reportedly received a fraudulent check.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Interstate 80 and arrested the driver for operating a vehicle without insurance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Several PlayStation games that were still in the security containers were also found in the vehicle. An investigation is ongoing.
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