Sheriff’s Report, Jan. 6-8, 2015
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, Dec. 28, and Monday, Jan. 4, including five domestic violence incidents, and the following:
Monday, Jan. 4
A pair of all-purpose gloves were stolen from a North Summit business. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies arrested a man at a Basin-area convenience store for an active warrant. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a Basin-area home where a man was also cited for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. The assault case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.
Deputies trespassed a man from a Kimball Junction-area business.
Deputies and medical personnel responded to a suspected overdose at a South Summit home.
Sunday, Jan. 3
Deputies assisted medical personnel with an unresponsive man at a Basin-area home. He was later pronounced deceased.
Deputies performed a welfare check on a man at a Basin-area home.
Deputies responded to a criminal mischief report after someone keyed a woman’s car while it was parked in front of her North Summit home.
Deputies stopped a driver on a Basin-area road for driving on a suspended driver’s license and arrested him for an active warrant and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
Saturday, Jan. 2
Dispatch received a report that a vehicle was burglarized while it was parked in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction-area apartment complex. A purse and wallet were among the items reported stolen.
Dispatch received a fraud complaint from a Basin-area woman. An investigation is ongoing.
Dispatch received a report from a woman who had her sunglasses stolen while she was at a Kimball Junction-area business. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to a theft at a Kimball-Junction area business where a man and a woman stole nearly $800 worth of items.
Friday, Jan. 1
Dispatch received a report of missing earrings from a woman at a Basin-area hotel.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at Basin-area home and arrested a man for criminal mischief.
Deputies responded to a South Summit home after dispatch received a report that eggs had been thrown at the home damaging a screen and window.
Thursday, Dec. 31
Two bicycles and a bike rack were stolen from a vehicle while it was parked in a Kimball Junction-area hotel parking lot. The bikes were described as a black-and-white Specialized Stumpjumper and a black-and-pink Giant Lust Advanced. An investigation is ongoing.
Wednesday, Dec. 30
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between two juveniles at a Kimball Junction-area home.
Dispatch received a report about a missing Basin-area woman. She returned home the next day.
Tuesday, Dec. 29
Dispatch received a report from a woman that her purse had been stolen from a Kimball Junction-area restaurant.
Deputies responded to a Basin-area home to perform a welfare check on a man, but were unable to locate him.
Dispatch received a report about a possible domestic violence situation at a Basin-area home. No citations were issued.
Monday, Dec. 28
Deputies performed a welfare check on a woman at a Basin-area home.
Dispatch received a report from a woman that someone had slashed two of her car’s tires when it was parked in a Kimball Junction-area parking lot.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a South Summit home. No citations were issued.
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