Sheriff’s Report, June 17-19, 2015
June 16, 2015
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office daily logs, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, June 8 and Saturday, June 13, including the following:
Saturday, June 13
A cash box containing approximately $300 to $350 was stolen from a lacrosse event on the playing fields at Ecker Hill Middle School. Event staff found the cash box on the dirt road leading to the playing fields. It had been opened and the money was missing.
A witness observed a gold Plymouth Neon strike another car in the parking lot of a business in the Pinebrook area. Deputies were unable to locate the car in the area or at any of the listed addresses for the owners.
Friday, June 12
A man was arrested at Kimball Junction for an outstanding warrant out of South Jordan. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
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Deputies stopped a Ford Mustang that was missing the hood on State Road 224. The driver was arrested for two warrants out of the Summit County Justice court.
Dispatch received reports of an assault at a south Snyderville Basin swimming pool. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney for screening.
Deputies responded to a Peoa residence to a report of a man having difficulty breathing. The man, who was being treated for cancer, stopped breathing and deputies initiated CPR. He was transported to Park City Medical Center where he died.
Thursday, June 11
An anonymous caller reported to dispatch that he believed a South Summit minor may be posing nude online. The case is being forwarded to investigation.
The Utah Communication Agency Network reported a wire-cut alarm at a tower in North Summit. Several other towers in the area appeared to be tampered with. Evidence was collected for possible fingerprints.
Wednesday, June 10
South Summit residents reported hearing a couple arguing and a man breaking a bottle in the driveway. The suspects fled before deputies arrived.
A north Snyderville Basin vet reported several thousand dollars worth of equine dental supplies were stolen from the vet truck in either Summit or Wasatch County.
A north Snyderville Basin man contacted his attorney about a suspect making a fake online account under his name and sending his friends threats. The victim was out of town and asked his attorney to file a report on his behalf.
Tuesday, June 9
Deputies arrested a man at a north Snyderville Basin residence for intoxication.
An anonymous caller asked deputies to conduct a welfare check on children at a residence. Deputies discovered the woman had an outstanding warrant in Provo. After she was located and arrested, she was released to Utah County deputies.
When deputies stopped a car for speeding, they discovered the driver had an outstanding warrant out of Salt Lake. The passenger was also arrested on preliminary charges of possession of controlled substances and paraphernalia. After the passenger was taken to Summit County Jail, deputies discovered she left marijuana in the back of the patrol vehicle and was additionally charged with obstruction of justice.
A woman reported that her landlord punched her in the face at a residence near Kimball Junction. The suspect has an outstanding warrant for domestic assault in Summit County, but deputies were unable to locate him.
Monday, June 8
An unknown suspect broke the front door to a business located in Kimball Junction and stole approximately $350 cash and three checks.
A Jeremy Ranch area resident reported a blue and black Diamondback mountain bike was stolen from the victim’s garage.
An unknown suspect broke the rear passenger window of car while it was parked in Kimball Junction. Work clothes and approximately 200 Blu-ray movies were among the items listed as missing.
A woman was cited and released on domestic violence charges after getting into a fight with someone at her Silver Summit area residence. She was transported to Park City Hospital for an unrelated medical condition.
A south Snyderville Basin woman reported that an unknown suspect stole her mail while she was out of town.
A South Summit resident called dispatch complaining of two teens in front of a business who appeared to be fighting. Deputies located the juveniles at the intersection of State Road 248 and State Road 32. Both were released to their parents.
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