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Sheriff’s Report, Jan. 13-15, 2016

, The Park Record

A homeless man who had been sleeping at various Kimball Junction-area businesses and was described as suffering from a mental illness was arrested over the weekend for trespassing, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies arrested the man at the U.S. Post Office at Kimball Junction Saturday for criminal trespassing after they found him sleeping under a table. The report states he had been trespassed from the post office and Zion’s Bank earlier that morning.

According to the report, the man made incoherent statements to employees and acted aggressively at both businesses while claiming that the police "were after him."

The suspect, described as a white male wearing a brown coat and carrying a yellow backpack, has reportedly been in the Kimball Junction-area for several days and was trespassed from Walmart last week.

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Tuesday, Jan. 5, and Sunday, Jan. 10, including several domestic violence situations:

Sunday, Jan. 10

Deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 and found open containers, including an open bottle of rum in the driver’s front pocket. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence, minor in consumption and open container.

Deputies stopped a car on Interstate 80 for a broken headlight and arrested the driver for speeding, an active warrant and driving without a license.

Saturday, Jan. 9

Deputies found two men sitting in a parked car in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction-area business and arrested one of the men for possession of marijuana. The other man was released.

Deputies responded to reports of a car blocking traffic on U.S. 40 and arrested the driver for possession of marijuana.

Friday, Jan. 8

No significant incidents were reported.

Thursday, Jan. 7

Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between two men allegedly involving a gun at a Basin-area home. No citations were issued.

Wednesday, Jan. 6

Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a Kimball Junction-area apartment complex. The parties were separated and no citations were issued.

Deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 for a broken headlight and arrested the driver for an active warrant.

Dispatch received a report from a woman alleging that someone stole $300 from her purse several weeks ago while she was working at a Kimball Junction-area business. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a Basin-area home. The parties were separated and no citations were issued.

A South Summit man reported $1,100 missing from a shoebox inside his home. No other items were reported missing.

Tuesday, Jan. 5

No significant incidents were reported.


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