Sheriff’s report: Man kicked out of Uber for trying to fight the driver
December 6, 2018
A Park City man was arrested over the weekend after he was kicked out of his Uber for trying to fight the driver, according to the Summit County Sheriff's Office.
Dispatch received a report Saturday night about a person who was acting disorderly and intoxicated, a Sheriff's Office report states. The man was kicked out of his Uber after he allegedly became belligerent, trying to get the driver to fight.
The man fled on foot, but deputies later found him walking down the road, the report states. Deputies found a pipe and container containing marijuana in his pocket. He was arrested under suspicion of intoxication, disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Nov. 26, and Sunday, Dec. 2, including a report of a missing 12-foot tree worth more than $600.
Sunday, Dec. 2
Deputies responded to three non-injury crashes, as well as six parking violations.
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Saturday, Dec. 1
Someone accessed the back door of a building in Kamas and appeared to have been staying there because a make-shift bed and food were found lying around.
Friday, Nov. 30
Deputies responded to eight incidents where vehicles slid off the road because of conditions, in addition to one injury accident and one non-injury accident. Six parking problems were also reported. Thursday, Nov. 29
A North Summit woman contacted dispatch after her son took her vehicle without her permission. Deputies later located him driving the vehicle in Morgan. He was arrested under suspicion of property damage and vehicle theft.
An 84-year-old man was found dead in his bed by his wife in their South Summit home. The death was not considered suspicious.
A gift card was taken from an unlocked car while it was parked on a road in the Snyderville Basin.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Two men allegedly walked into a store in Kimball Junction and grabbed multiple handbags off of a display table and left without paying for them. An investigation was underway.
When a man told his wife to move out of their Basin home, she returned the next day with her daughter to retrieve some of her belongings. The man then allegedly pushed the woman and grabbed the daughter by her hair. Deputies later arrived to help the woman grab her items. The case will be sent to the county attorney's office to screen for charges.
Tuesday, Nov. 27
A Basin man contacted what he thought was Yahoo's customer service in an attempt to correct a problem he was having with his email. He sent the person on the phone $1,800 worth of gift cards to fix the problem before he realized it was a scam.
The manager of a business in Kimball Junction contacted dispatch after an employee arrived at the business and noticed the front door was open. Approximately $203 was taken from the cash register.
A ring containing approximately 20 keys and the registration to a vehicle were taken from an unlocked vehicle while it was parked in an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area. Monday, Nov. 26
A deputy stopped a vehicle that was traveling 93 mph in a 65-mph zone along S.R. 248. The driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant and under suspicion of speeding.
Dispatch received a report of a potential domestic violence at a home in Summit Park after a woman claimed her boyfriend threatened to shoot her. However, responding deputies were unable to find evidence of an assault. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney's office.
A checkbook was taken from a man's unlocked vehicle while it was parked on a road in the Basin.
Sometime between Nov. 21 and Nov. 26, someone stole a 12-foot blue spruce worth more than $600 from a job site in the Basin. An investigation was underway.
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