Sheriff’s Report, July 22-24, 2015 | ParkRecord.com

Sheriff’s Report, July 22-24, 2015

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The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report that a woman was groped at a Summit County residential facility.

Saturday, an employee reported to dispatch that he observed a male resident inappropriately grab the woman, according to Sheriff’s Office call logs.

The director of the facility reported the incident to the Utah Division of Adult Protective Services, which is a state program that investigates cases involving vulnerable adults. The director is also reportedly in the process of taking steps to separate the victim from the suspect.

Sgt. Ron Bridge said an investigation into the incident is underway and statements have been taken from the victim and the suspect. Bridge said no charges have been filed against the suspect.

According to the call logs, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, July 13, and Monday, July 20, including the following:

Monday, July 20

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Deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 for no insurance. The driver was arrested for several traffic violations and an active warrant.

Deputies stopped a car on State Road 32. The driver was arrested for DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia.

A man was arrested in the north Snyderville Basin after crashing into several large rocks and a concrete block.

Sunday, July 19

Deputies stopped a Jeep Liberty for speeding on State Road 35. The driver had an active warrant out of Salt Lake County and a suspended license and the passenger had two warrants out of the Wasatch County and Salt Lake County Justice Courts. Both the driver and the passenger were arrested.

Saturday, July 18

Deputies located a Toyota pickup with a man passed out in the back seat at a campsite in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. He admitted to drinking and was arrested for intoxication.

Two cars had windows broken out and items stolen while parked in North Summit. The items reported missing include cash and a credit card.

A suspect stole three ‘No Parking’ signs from a vacant lot in Wanship.

An unknown suspect removed a laptop computer and the case case from the front seat of an unlocked 2008 Jeep Wrangler from a Kimball Junction area residence.

Friday, July 17

A man was arrested at a Kimball Junction area apartment complex for violating a protective order.

Dispatch received a call from a south Snyderville Basin hotel about a verbal argument in the presence of a child. Both the man and the woman were arrested on several charges. The child was taken by family members.

Thursday, July 16

Dispatch received reports of a juvenile who ran away from a Basin area residence.

Deputies responded to a hotel in the south Snyderville Basin after receiving reports of a man and woman arguing. Deputies determined the fight was verbal and both parties agreed to separate for the night.

Three teens rolled a side-by-side ranger ATV in a field in Francis. No injuries or damage was reported. They were released to their parents.

Wednesday, July 15

Deputies observed a man, who had three active warrants and a suspended license, driving westbound on Interstate 80. A traffic stop was made and he was booked into the Summit County Jail.

Deputies were dispatched to keep the peace during a child custody exchange in a Snyderville Basin subdivision. The children were removed from the home due to a court order.

Tuesday, July 14

Three men were drinking at a residence in the Pinebrook area when one of the men threatened the others with a loaded gun. He was arrested for using a gun in a fight and intoxication. While in a patrol car, he removed his seatbelt and reportedly flung himself out of the vehicle onto the ground when deputies were attempting to transfer him from one car to another. He was transported to a local hospital, released and booked into the Summit County Jail.

Monday, July 13

Deputies were dispatched to a Kimball Junction apartment complex to keep the peace as a man attempted to remove his belongings from a condo he shares.