Sheriff’s Report, July 8, 2015
Summit County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 22-year-old woman Saturday for DUI after receiving a report that the woman left a South Summit party, where she had been drinking, with her infant son in the car.
According to the Sheriff’s Office call logs, deputies noticed the woman’s car traveling along Upper Loop Road and made a traffic stop for an unspecified equipment violation. The report states when deputies approached the car, they smelled alcohol.
The woman failed several field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving under the influence and other traffic offenses. DUI is typically a Class B misdemeanor, unless a person younger than 16 is in the car. The woman faces an enhanced DUI charge or a Class A misdemeanor, which is punishable by up to one year in jail and a $2,500 fine upon conviction.
The child was released to his father.
During the women’s arrest, she alerted deputies to the location of the party she had attended and indicated that several underage people were drinking.
Summit County Sgt. Ron Bridge said when deputies responded to the area, they located several underage drinkers. Bridge said deputies issued a juvenile referral and a citation to an adult.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office daily logs, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, June 29, and Saturday, July 4, including the following:
Saturday, July 4
A North Summit woman reported that someone had broken into her shed and stolen two tires from the back of her house.
After tubing down the Weber River, a man returned to his car and discovered that someone had side-swiped it. A witness left a note on the victim’s car with a license plate number.
A man reported that he was assaulted in Jeremy Ranch during a party. The victim sustained two black eyes and cuts to his shoulder, but did not want to press charges.
Friday, July 3
Approximately 80 unidentified pain pills were stolen from a South Summit residence. Deputies attempted to contact a woman who has been temporarily staying at the home and is suspected of taking the pills.
Thursday, July 2
Deputies noticed a suspicious black BMW with a temporary tag located on Echo Dam Road. A records check on the driver revealed no violations.
A caretaker reported the woman he cares for was being verbally and physically abusive towards him. She was transported to Park City Medical Center and involuntarily committed.
A passerby reported seeing two people involved in a physical altercation at a South Summit residence. Deputies determined the confrontation did not result in any injuries.
A guest at a south Snyderville Basin hotel became upset when the hotel’s fire alarm went off and he began threatening staff members.
Wednesday, July 1
A South Summit resident reported numerous items had been stolen from his home in recent months. The items missing include rims, tires, golf clubs, a Microsoft Surface tablet, a golf GPS device and $100.
Tuesday, June 30
A white male in his early 20s allegedly stole two pairs of sunglasses, worth approximately $310, from a store at the Tanger Outlets.
A woman, who was recently fired, has been sending her former manager several emails. The woman reportedly lives in Salt Lake City. She has several warrants and a suspended license.
A woman claims a bald white man, driving a white truck with a tool box in the back, has followed her on several occasions as she rides her bike near Echo Reservoir.
Monday, June 29
A property manager for Manorlands discovered a four-wheeler had been damaged when someone attempted to steal it.
An intoxicated man, who entered into a Kimball Junction business seeking employment, became agitated and assaulted an employee. After he left, dispatch received several more calls about the man and he was eventually located in the area.
A Snyderville Basin man’s tractor caught a power line, causing the power to go out along portions of State Road 224.
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