Sheriff’s Report, July 29-Aug. 1, 2015
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office call logs, deputies responded to numerous calls between Tuesday, July 21 and Sunday, July 26, including the following:
Sunday, July 26
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in progress at a North Summit residence. Deputies discovered the front door had been kicked in by a woman. She was arrested for criminal mischief because of the damage to the door and other household items she admitted breaking.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in progress at a South Summit residence, but determined nothing physical took place during the argument. The parties agreed to separate for the night.
Saturday, July 25
A man flagged down deputies near a bus stop in Kimball Junction claiming a woman had assaulted him. Deputies made contact with the woman, who claimed the man assaulted her. Deputies were unable to determine who the primary aggressor was and no one was cited. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.
A bicycle was reported stolen from an open garage at a Basin area residence. The case will be forwarded to investigations.
Deputies were dispatched to a hotel in Kimball Junction after management reported they could smell marijuana coming from a room. When deputies searched the room, they found a small amount of marijuana and a marijuana pipe. Both of the room’s occupants were cited for possession of marijuana.
Friday, July 24
Deputies met with a woman at Basin area residence who wanted to file a report about numerous loan accounts that someone attempted to open in her name.
Thursday, July 23
A bicycle that was left at a bus stop in the Snyderville Basin was reported missing. The bike is a Norco-brand Hybrid mountain bike. The bike is described as blue and black with skinny tires and no disc brakes.
Wednesday, July 22
Deputies observed a man driving north on State Road 32 and made contact with him because of an active warrant. He admitted to possessing marijuana and paraphernalia and was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
An unknown person broke into a man’s vehicle overnight in Park City. His credit card was used at a several Kimball Junction businesses.
When a fight broke out between two dogs at a pond at a Basin park, the dog owners started fighting. It was broken up before deputies arrived and neither party wanted to press charges. Both were released.
Tuesday, July 21
While on patrol in North Summit, deputies observed two men in a parked car at a business parking lot. The driver was cited and released for possession of marijuana and the passenger was referred to juvenile court for possession of drug paraphernalia.
A man reported that his car had two windows broken out while parked at an exit along Interstate 84. Two credit cards and an unknown amount of cash were listed as missing. The victim stated the credit cards had been used in Layton and Clearfield.
Deputies were dispatched on a report of a disorderly person in Kimball Junction when a man who quit his job became upset that his check wasn’t the amount he thought it should have been. He began causing a disturbance and refused to leave. He was trespassed from the property.
Deputies responded to a report of a stolen purse from residence near Kimball Junction. The purse had credit cards inside, which were fraudulently used at several locations in Kimball Junction. The case will be forwarded to investigations.
A former Summit County victim advocate who was facing a felony count of misusing public money pleaded guilty Tuesday to a lesser charge in a deal with prosecutors.