Sheriff’s Report, March 16-18, 2016
March 15, 2016
Three people became lost while hiking along a trail in Summit Park on Saturday, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
The two men and woman had wandered off of the trail and were unable to find their way out, a report states. A deputy hiked approximately two miles into the area, located the group and then escorted them back to their vehicle unharmed.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, March 7, and Monday, March 14, including seven cases of theft:
Monday, March 14
The driver of a vehicle parked outside of a business on the East Side of the county was cited for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
A woman was arrested at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood for criminal mischief and intoxication after refusing to leave the residence.
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A Basin-area man reported an ongoing problem with a trash collector backing into his driveway to pick up garbage cans from his neighbor.
Two men reportedly stole two pairs of sunglasses worth nearly $275 apiece from a Kimball Junction-area business. One suspect was described as wearing a white Minnesota Twins baseball jersey with blue pin stripes and Santana emblazoned on the back. The other was wearing black shorts, a grey zip-up hoodie and white shoes. Deputies were unable to locate the suspects.
The owners of a Park City-area business reported a $741.30 deposit from earlier this month was missing from the on-site safe. The owners were not interested in pressing charges and just wanted to file a report.
Deputies responded to a business in the Kimball Junction area after dispatch received a report of that a woman stole another woman’s purse from her shopping cart. The purse was found in a restroom trashcan. Approximately $20 and several cards were missing. An investigation is ongoing.
A woman reported an altercation occurred outside of her North Summit home where a man was allegedly hit by a car while it was backing out of the driveway. The victim had a minor scrape on his knee, but refused medical attention or to corporate.
Sunday, March 13
Deputies responded to an attempted vehicle burglary in a Basin-area neighborhood after an unknown suspect was startled by a neighbor. The suspect was not located.
Credit cards from a purse that was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle in the Basin-area were used in the Salt Lake City area.
Several items were taken from a man’s Basin-area home while he was out of town, including watches and luggage. Witnesses claim to have seen a woman at the residence. An investigation is ongoing.
Saturday, March 12
A woman reportedly stole several sunglasses from a business in the Kimball Junction area. An employee noticed the theft after discovering several tags and checking video surveillance.
Deputies responded to domestic violence incident and a report of a potentially suicidal woman at a South Summit home. The woman was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, carrying a dangerous weapon while under the influence and intoxication.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation at a South Summit home and arrested a man on intoxication charges.
An out-of-town man reported that his sons had stolen his two vehicles from a North Summit home they share. Both vehicles were located and left at the man’s request.
Friday, March 11
A man was arrested on charges of driving on a revoked license and failure to install an ignition interlock device after deputies stopped his car on a Basin-area road.
Deputies located a runaway juvenile and returned him to his home in a Basin-area neighborhood.
A woman stated that she had briefly left her car unlocked while in the driveway of her home in the Kimball Junction area and when she returned several items were missing, including the keys to her house and $85 in cash.
A checkbook that was stolen from a man in Woods Cross was used at two businesses in the Kimball Junction area. An investigation is ongoing.
A man claimed to have set his wallet down while at a business in the Kimball Junction area and returned to find his wallet and key missing.
Thursday, March 10
A North Summit woman reported an assault that had allegedly occurred several days before. The woman is seeking a protective order and the case has been forwarded to the county attorney’s office.
Wednesday, March 9
No significant incidents reported.
Tuesday, March 8
Several generators were reported stolen from a storage site near a Basin-area convenience store.
A suspect who reportedly stole a purse in Park City was arrested on charges of fraud and possession of a controlled substance at the Tanger Outlet Center for using one of the victim’s credit cards. Deputies also found prescription medications, a drug suspected to be methamphetamine and several other credits cards that are suspected to have been stolen.
Monday, March 7
Dispatch received a report about an abandoned vehicle that had been parked near a trailhead in a parking lot in Basin-area neighborhood. The vehicle is scheduled to be towed on Friday.
Deputies delivered a protective order to a man while he was working at a Kimball Junction-area business.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation involving a juvenile at a North Summit home. The juvenile was given a referral for juvenile court.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation involving a juvenile at a North Summit home. The juvenile’s probation officer was contacted.
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