Sheriff’s Report: high-speed pursuit terminated |

Sheriff’s Report: high-speed pursuit terminated

June 14-16, 2017

According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to several calls between Sunday, June 4, and Saturday, June 10, including a non-injury accident and high-speed pursuit.

Saturday, June 10

Dispatch received a report that an unoccupied vehicle was seen in the river prior to the Morgan County Line. When deputies arrived, the uninjured driver and a family member were also on scene. The vehicle was towed and an accident report was completed.

Deputies stopped a vehicle on a North Summit road and arrested the driver for driving on a suspended license and an ignition interlock violation.

A viola was stolen from a school in the Snyderville Basin. An investigation is ongoing.

A man contacted dispatch claiming a vehicle he borrowed had been stolen from a parking lot in the Kimball Junction area. Deputies later located the vehicle in a different parking lot. It was unclear whether the vehicle was actually stolen or the man forgot where he parked it.

A bicycle was reported missing from the unlocked garage of a home in the Basin. An investigation is ongoing.

A pickup truck and damaged trailer were reportedly abandoned a U.S. Forest Service road. The vehicles were towed and reported as stolen.

Friday, June 9

The manager of a business in the Kimball Junction area contacted dispatch after two juveniles reportedly took several items from the store without paying. All stolen merchandise was recovered and returned to the store. Both juveniles were issued juvenile referral forms and released to their parents.

Thursday, June 8

No significant incidents were reported.

Wednesday, June 7

Deputies attempted to stop a speeding vehicle on State Road 32, but the driver fled. Deputies decided not to pursue the vehicle, which was described as an early 90s model dark Chevrolet pickup truck with an extended cab and a light green tailgate.

Dispatch received a report of a single-vehicle, non-injury accident on a North Summit road after a pickup truck was seen in a ditch. The driver was arrested on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Several deputies were asked to assist with a high-speed pursuit on US 40 and Interstate 80 and attempted to set spike strips, but were unsuccessful.

Someone vandalized a North Summit cabin. No items were reported missing, but several were damaged. An investigation is ongoing.

Tuesday, June 6

Deputies responded to an incident at a North Summit home and arrested a man on preliminary charges of aggravated assault.

Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a home near the Kimball Junction area after the woman contacted dispatch claiming her boyfriend had been physical with her and took her phone. However, deputies were unable to determine whether a crime had taken place. Charges will be screened against both.

Monday, June 5

A woman at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area contacted dispatch, claiming she may become violent. Deputies responded, but determined no crime had occurred and no arrests were made.

Sunday, June 4

No significant incidents were reported.

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