Sheriff’s Report, July 27-29, 2016
A Park City bicyclist sustained minor injuries last week when she ran into the side of a van that had pulled out in front of her near the intersection of U.S 40 and Interstate 80, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
The woman, who is 37 and from Park City, was transported in ambulance to Park City Medical Center. The driver of the van, who is 60 and also from Park City, did not suffer any injuries.
At around 9:41 a.m., the bicyclist was traveling through the roundabout near Silver Creek Drive and Pace Frontage Road when the van pulled in front of her, according to the sheriff’s report. The woman ran into the side of the van causing significant damage to her helmet and bike, which is reportedly worth approximately $11,000.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, July 18, and Sunday, July 24, including three suspected cases of assault.
Sunday, July 24
Deputies arrested a man at a home near Kimball Junction on preliminary charges of aggravated assault and three counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.
Someone turned in a cell phone that was found at Crystal Lake in the Uinta Mountains.
A North Summit family contacted dispatch about a potentially suicidal woman. She was located safely in Park City.
Saturday, July 23
Dispatch received a report of two women arguing at a home in a Basin neighborhood and arrested one woman for an outstanding warrant.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road and arrested the driver for two outstanding warrants.
Dispatch received a report of an alleged drunk driver speeding along the Mirror Lake Highway. Deputies stopped the vehicle and arrested the driver on preliminary charges of driving under the influence, open container and speeding.
Employees at a business in the Kimball Junction area contacted dispatch after a man attempted to buy $5,000 in gift cards. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect.
Deputies responded to the report of a potentially suicidal woman at a hotel in the Basin. The woman was voluntarily committed to Park City Medical Center.
Someone stole a box used to collect user fees with approximately $600 in it from along the Mirror Lake Highway sometime over the weekend.
Friday, July 22
Deputies performed a welfare check on an intoxicated woman in the Basin and transported her to Park City Medical Center.
Deputies arrested a man for three outstanding warrants at a North Summit convenience store.
While responding to a noise complaint at a campground near Rockport Reservoir, deputies arrested a man for outstanding warrants.
Deputies arrested a man near Echo Reservoir for an outstanding warrant.
Deputies responded to the report of an assault between two Basin hotel employees and arrested a man on preliminary charges of assault.
Employees at a business in Kimball Junction contacted dispatch after noticing a car had been parked in the parking lot all day. Deputies located the vehicle owner and arrested him for several outstanding warrants.
Thursday, July 21
Deputies assisted officers with the Kamas Police Department after a vehicle was reported stolen. Deputies located the stolen vehicle traveling westbound on State Road 248. The driver was arrested and preliminarily charged theft of a vehicle and several traffic-related offenses.
While investigating a report of a stolen vehicle in South Summit, deputies arrested a man for several outstanding warrants.
Deputies responded to a report of a fight between two men at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area, but were unable to substantiate the claims. No citations were issued.
A Basin man contacted dispatch complaining of several neighborhood kids playing on his property, which is under construction. The man claimed his daughter had several videos filmed at the property.
Deputies arrested a man at the Sheriff’s Office after he violated a protective order by sending flowers to a woman.
A South Summit man requested another man be asked to leave his property and never return. The man had been hired by the homeowner, but was recently fired.
A woman contacted dispatch claiming that someone may have taken a bath in her home while she was there. No items were reported missing and no one was located nearby.
Wednesday, July 20
Deputies responded to an active alarm at a business in the Kimball Junction area. Someone had accessed the store and taken several items of clothing. An investigation is ongoing.
A 9mm Hi-point handgun was reported missing. The gun owner claims he last saw the gun when he was packing to move to Utah in January and doesn’t think it was stolen.
Employees at a business in Kimball Junction detained a man who attempted to steal a pair of headphones until deputies arrived. The man was arrested on preliminary charges of retail theft as a felony.
Tuesday, July 19
A fiberglass statue of a wolf was reportedly stolen from a South Summit home several weeks ago and had been located. Deputies responded to a residence in the area to help the victim recover the statue, which was valued at approximately $900.
A North Summit woman contacted dispatch after noticing several lights were on at their parents’ home while they were gone. Deputies responded to the home and were unable to locate anyone.
A man was voluntarily transported from an apartment in the Kimball Junction area to Park City Medical Center.
A license plate was reported stolen from a Black Toyota Tacoma while it was parked in either Park City or the Basin.
A woman contacted dispatch after noticing someone may have entered her home in a Basin neighborhood while she was at work. However, nothing was reported missing.
Monday, July 18
Employees of a hotel in the Basin contacted dispatch to report an intoxicated guest who was yelling at other guests in the lobby after a woman left crying. Deputies responded and arrested the man on preliminary charges of intoxication, disorderly conduct and assault.
Park City Medical Center employees contacted dispatch after noticing a patient had been injured after reportedly having a fight with another woman. An investigation is ongoing.
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