Sheriff’s Report: four domestic violence incidents reported
March 1-3, 2017
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, Feb. 20, and Sunday, Feb. 26, including four domestic violence cases.
Sunday, Feb. 26
A South Summit homeowner contacted dispatch after finding suspicious footprints around his home leading to a basement window. Nothing was reported missing from the home.
Saturday, Feb. 25
Deputies arrested a man with an outstanding warrant at a Kimball Junction-area business.
Friday, Feb. 24
An employee at a business in the Kimball Junction area claimed a man attempted to steal two cans of spray paint, but was confronted by store security. The suspect reportedly returned the cans and then fled on foot with another man and woman in a silver four-door vehicle. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect’s vehicle.
A man contacted dispatch claiming someone has been harassing him over email about items that were taken from his home.
Thursday, Feb. 23
Deputies responded to a home in the Basin after dispatch received a report about a potential domestic violence incident. No arrests were made after deputies determined nothing crime had occurred.
Deputies responded to a park in the Basin after a man and a woman refused to leave. They eventually agreed to leave and were told never to return.
A man in the Kimball Junction area reported that a more than $15,000 check from his account was fraudulently cashed in another state. An investigation is ongoing.
Wednesday, Feb. 22
Dispatch received a report about a domestic violence incident at a home in the Kimball Junction area and arrested a man on preliminary charges of domestic violence assault.
A woman’s credit cards were reportedly stolen from a business in the Kimball Junction area. She contacted dispatch after her bank notified her about fraudulent purchases.
An employee at business in the Kimball Junction area admitted stealing from the store and other employees. He was issued a citation for retail theft and deputies are considering additional charges. An investigation is ongoing.
A pair of grey Blizzard Brahama’s skis and black and gray Scott poles were reported missing from a resort in the Basin.
The manager of a business in the Kimball Junction area claimed an employee had taken more than $350 from the cash register. An investigation is ongoing.
Dispatch received a report about an alleged domestic violence incident that occurred at a North Summit home involving a one-year-old baby. No arrests were made.
A North Summit woman found her 75-year-old husband unconscious outside of their North Summit home. Medical personnel were unable to revive him and he passed away. His death is not considered suspicious.
Tuesday, Feb. 21
No significant incidents were reported.
Monday, Feb. 20
A woman contacted dispatch to report an alleged domestic violence incident, but provided inconsistent statements. Deputies were unable to locate the alleged suspect. An investigation is ongoing.
A 2014 Jeep Cherokee was reported stolen from a home in the Kimball Junction area.
Dispatch received a report about a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of a North Summit business. Deputies stopped the vehicle and found drug paraphernalia. The passenger was arrested and preliminarily charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. The driver was cited and released to Park City Medical Center to be treated for pneumonia.
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