Sheriff’s Report: Four vehicles burglarized in Jeremy Ranch
Dec. 14-17, 2016
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a string of vehicle burglaries that took place over the weekend in the Jeremy Ranch neighborhood.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, the owners of four unlocked vehicles contacted dispatch to report that money and alcohol were stolen from the vehicles sometime between 10 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, and 6 a.m. Friday, Dec. 9.
“At this time it is an active investigation. There is a possibility that a suspect has been identified, but at this time we can’t comment,” said Kacey Bates, a detective. “
Bates said they do not believe the incidents are related to another string of burglaries that occurred in the Silver Springs neighborhood last month.
“We don’t believe that those are connected to the other ones, but we haven’t ruled it out,” Bates said. “As the investigation proceeds, we will hopefully get that information as well.”
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Sunday, Dec. 4, and Sunday, Dec. 11, including three deaths.
Sunday, Dec. 11
A 47-year-old South Summit man passed away at his home. His death was not considered suspicious.
Saturday, Dec. 10
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a Basin home. Nothing physical took place and the parties agreed to say in separate parts of the home for the night.
A man’s vehicle was reportedly hit on a Basin road by an unknown vehicle he described as red or maroon. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to a 911 hang-up call at hotel in the Kimball Junction area. The parties agreed to separate for the night.
A Basin property manager contacted dispatch after a resident allegedly threatened to shoot the manager because of the noise caused by late-night snow removal. An investigation is ongoing.
Dispatch received a report of a fight at a hotel in the Basin, but determined nothing physical had happened. No citations were issued.
A woman’s purse was reportedly stolen while she was shopping at a business in the Kimball Junction area. An investigation is ongoing.
Friday, Dec. 9
A man contacted dispatch after a woman attempted to steal his coat at a business in the Kimball Junction area. The woman returned the coat. She was cited for theft and released.
An employee of a hotel in the Basin contacted dispatch after noticing her Nissan Juke missing. The woman reportedly left several credit cards, a cell phone and laptop in the vehicle. It was later located after a woman claimed to have gotten into the wrong car after a night of drinking.
A Basin woman who contacted dispatch was voluntarily transported to Park City Hospital.
A 65-year-old Basin woman passed away. Her death is not considered suspicious, however, an investigation is ongoing.
Some stole two televisions from a hotel in the Basin. An investigation is ongoing.
Thursday, Dec. 8
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling westbound on Interstate 80 for expired registration and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant.
A Basin woman contacted dispatch after noticing several items, including skis, a camera, jewelry and clothing, had been taken from her home and storage shed over the last few months. An investigation is ongoing.
While performing a welfare check at a home in the Basin, deputies arrested a man on preliminary charges of criminal mischief, domestic violence in the presence of a child and interrupting a communication device.
Deputies arrested a man in the Kimball Junction area for an outstanding warrant.
Wednesday, Dec. 7
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road after discovering the driver had a $10,000 outstanding warrant. After he was placed under arrest, deputies found marijuana and a drug presumed to methamphetamine in his pocket. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Interstate 80 near the Kimball Junction for expired registration. The driver was arrested on preliminary charges of driving under the influence.
Tuesday, Dec. 6
No significant incidents were reported.
Monday, Dec. 5
While covering the Park City area, deputies arrested a man on Main Street for an outstanding warrant and on preliminary charges of intoxication, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia after he refused to leave a bar.
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling westbound on Interstate 80 for expired registration. Two men were arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Another man was arrested for an outstanding warrant. The driver was released with a warning.
Sunday, Dec. 4
A 56-year-old woman was found unresponsive at her South Summit home. She passed away before medical personnel arrived.
A North Summit man contacted dispatch after noticing his utility truck was missing from his garage, along with about $12,600 worth of tools. The truck was later located in an empty parking lot without the tools. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to a medical incident at a Basin residence. A man contacted dispatch after his girlfriend consumed several prescription pills and reportedly attacked him. She was transported to the Park City Hospital. The case has been forwarded to the County Attorney’s Office.
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