Sheriff’s report: Intoxicated man causes a disturbance on bus
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, March 11, and Sunday, March 17, including a report involving a man causing a disturbance on a Park City Transit bus.
Sunday, March 17
A man visited his ex-girlfriend at her job in Kimball Junction and accused her of hacking his Google account. He then proceeded to throw a drink across the front desk and a sign. The woman did not want to press charges. The case will be sent to the county attorney’s office to be screened for charges.
Saturday, March 16
Deputies performed 41 traffic stops and responded to two non-injury vehicle accidents. No other significant incidents were reported.
Friday, March 15
A Park City Transit bus driver reported a man was causing a disturbance on a bus at the Kimball Junction transit center. Deputies arrested the man under suspicion of intoxication and disorderly conduct, as well as an outstanding warrant.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road for revoked registration and no insurance. The driver was arrested for two outstanding warrants, unlawful possession of a prescription, driving on a suspended driver’s license, no insurance and revoked registration.
A woman started her vehicle to warm it up outside of her apartment building in Kimball Junction and returned 30 minutes later to discover it had been stolen. An investigation was underway.
Dispatch received a report about a vehicle that had slid off of a Basin road and was blocking a trail. The vehicle was reported stolen out of Salt Lake. It was towed and held for the owner.
Thursday, March 14
A Summit Park man filed a report about a domestic violence situation involving his wife. He told deputies he was attempting to gather some of his belongings at their residence when he forced his way into the residence to see their daughter. He said there was a physical altercation between him and his wife. Both he and his wife reported the incident several hours later. The case will be sent to the county attorney’s office to be screened for possible charges.
Wednesday, March 13
A man reported that he lost a check in the mail and it was later deposited at an ATM in Kimball Junction. An investigation was underway.
A man reported that his wife deposited a fraudulent check for $5,000 into a shared account and then immediately withdrew the money. An investigation was underway.
Tuesday, March 12
Deputies performed 22 traffic stops and responded to two reports of suspicious activity. No other significant incidents were reported.
Monday, March 11
Deputies performed 26 traffic stops and responded to three wildlife problems. No other significant incidents were reported.
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