Sheriff’s Report, March 2-4, 2016
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to approximately 10 vehicle burglaries last week in a Snyderville Basin-area neighborhood.
According to Sgt. Ron Bridge, dispatch received a call from someone reporting an individual acting suspiciously. Deputies responded to the area and were unable to locate the suspect, Bridge said.
The following day, the Sheriff’s Office received information from Salt Lake City officers that suspects who had been taken into custody on unrelated charges were in possession of several items from Basin-area residents.
"During that investigation they found a whole bunch of stolen items in their car so we put the word out and heard from nearly 10 people," Bridge said. "Something that was interesting was none of the cars had forced entry and were all unlocked or sitting in an open garage.
"Citizens need to help us help them," he said. "Secure your belongings as best as you can so that particular person just might pass by your house."
An investigation is ongoing. Bridge said the Sheriff’s Office is "looking forward to making an arrest."
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Feb. 22, and Sunday, Feb. 28, including several stolen vehicles:
Sunday, Feb. 28
Deputies responded to an argument between a man and a woman concerning child disciplinary issues and determined no crime had been committed once the man agreed to leave.
Dispatch received a report of an unidentified man approaching two juveniles at their Basin-area residence. The suspect quickly left after being told that an adult male was at the home.
Dispatch received a report of a man acting suspiciously at a Kimball Junction-area business and arrested him on preliminary felony charges of driving under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Deputies responded to an argument at a Basin-area home. The man involved agreed to leave.
Saturday, Feb. 27
Deputies responded to a domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a Kimball Junction-area apartment. The man was arrested during a traffic stop on preliminary charges of aggravated assault.
Friday, Feb. 26
A Basin-area hotel reported receiving a counterfeit $10 bill. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 for an equipment violation and detected marijuana. The driver was arrested for the equipment violation and for possession of marijuana, paraphernalia and an open container.
A woman reported that her debit card was used at a Kimball Junction-area business for two purchases totaling about $1,000 and at several other locations in the Salt Lake Valley. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to the report of a deceased 58-year-old man who suffered from a terminal illness.
Thursday, Feb. 25
A woman and a man were involved in a fight while they were exchanging custody of their child at a Basin-area home. The woman reportedly kicked the man’s car door causing a dent and then attempted to write him a check for $500 to not press charges. The woman was arrested for witness tampering and domestic criminal mischief.
Deputies referred a woman to The Peace House after she reported being threatened.
Deputies noticed three men in the parking lot of a Basin-area convenience store. One of the men was stopped after leaving the area and arrested on possession charges.
Wednesday, Feb. 24
Deputies performed a welfare check on a woman in South Summit. She was involuntarily transported to Park City Medical Center.
A woman reported to dispatch that she found her stolen vehicle parked at a North Summit hotel. The vehicle had been stolen from Evanston over the weekend and contained several items of stolen property. An investigation is ongoing.
An unknown suspect stole a Visa card from a woman’s mailbox and fraudulently made charges at a Basin-area gas station using the card.
Deputies responded to a report of a deceased 36-year-old man at a North Summit home. The death is not considered suspicious and an investigation is ongoing.
Tuesday, Feb. 23
Deputies responded to a report of a deceased 39-year-old Park City man at a Basin-area home. The death is not considered suspicious and an investigation is ongoing.
A Basin-area man reported that his boss issued him a check for a personal debt from the account of another woman. An investigation is ongoing.
A woman reported that her purse and wallet were stolen from her unlocked vehicle while it was parked in the driveway of her Basin-area neighborhood home.
Deputies stopped a driver on a Basin-area road for cancelled registration. The driver was unable to provide a valid form of registration and the license plates belonged to another owner. The car was impounded.
A North Summit man who allegedly consumed a fifth of vodka became argumentative with family members. When deputies arrived, the man asked to be arrested to sober up. He was taken to the home of a family member.
Monday, Feb. 22
Deputies stopped a car for a taillight violation and arrested a man for having a suspended license and an active warrant was for driving under the Influence of alcohol and failure to stay in one lane.
While deputies were assisting the Utah Highway Patrol with a traffic accident, the driver reported being slapped in the face while working at a Kimball Junction-area business. An investigation is ongoing.
A woman reported that $50 worth of food was stolen from the Elk Meadows Assisted Living Center. A man suspected of the theft was trespassed from the property.
A woman reported her maroon 2005 Chevrolet 2500 missing from her North Summit driveway. It was located the following day in Salt Lake City. Another truck was also reported stolen from the area.
Deputies found a stolen 1996 Dodge RAM 2500 parked in front of a North Summit address while investigating another call. The owner of the truck, a Salt Lake City man, was unaware the truck had been taken.
A white iPhone 6 was found on a ski run at Park City Mountain Resort. The phone has been reset and the cellphone provider was unable to locate an owner.
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