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Sheriff’s report: Intoxicated minor enters vehicle that isn’t his

According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 25, including a case of an intoxicated minor entering a vehicle that did not belong to him and refusing to exit.

Sunday, Nov. 25
A vehicle was stopped in South Summit for a traffic violation and deputies found marijuana. The driver was cited for possession of marijuana and released.

A $500 bike was taken from a garage in Oakley. An investigation was underway.

Saturday, Nov. 24
A shopping bag was left at a store in the Tanger Outlets. When the owner returned to get the bag, it was missing. An investigation was underway.

Friday, Nov. 23
When deputies stopped a vehicle in Kimball Junction for a traffic violation, they detected the smell of marijuana. The passenger admitted he had a bag in his coat containing marijuana. The passenger was cited for possession of marijuana and released.

Deputies performed nearly 40 traffic stops.

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Thursday, Nov. 22
Deputies performed nearly 20 traffic stops and responded to one report of a vehicle leaving the road.

Wednesday, Nov. 21
A man who left a party in the Basin after allegedly smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol walked to a nearby gas station and climbed into a vehicle that wasn't his. He refused to exit and was arrested under suspicion of disorderly conduct, intoxication, possession of marijuana, possession of tobacco by a minor and minor in consumption.

Deputies responded to two non-injury accidents and conducted 10 traffic stops during the morning.

Tuesday, Nov. 20
Deputies responded to a citizen assist at a home in the Kimball Junction area and discovered a woman involved in the dispute had an outstanding warrant. The woman was taken into custody and deputies found a drug suspected to be heroin in her possession. She was arrested under suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of someone else's identification.

Deputies responded to a single-vehicle accident on a road in the Basin. The driver lost control of the vehicle and rolled it several times, sustaining some injuries. The driver was transported to a hospital in the Salt Lake City area.

Monday, Nov. 19
The manager of a business in Kimball Junction contacted dispatch to file a report about an employee who had stolen cash and grocery items from the store. The suspect, who was being detained, admitted stealing the money and about $400 worth of groceries over the last two months. The person was fired, banned from the property and issued a citation for theft.