Sheriff’s Report: May 10-12, 2017
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to several calls between Monday, May 1, and Saturday, May 6, including four cases of domestic violence.
Saturday, May 6
Dispatch received a report about two men acting suspiciously in the backyard of a home in a Basin neighborhood. When deputies responded, they issued a citation to one of the men for possession of drugs and paraphernalia. He was released.
A woman and her three-year-old son were reported missing by her sister and mother. They were later located in the Kimball Junction area.
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation at a home in the Kimball Junction area. No arrests were made.
A woman told deputies someone stole her credit card from her home in the Kimball Junction area and several fraudulent charges were made on it. An investigation is ongoing.
Cameras were stolen from a construction site in a Basin neighborhood.
Friday, May 5
Dispatch received a report that a man wearing all black with a backpack kept repeatedly trying to get into his Basin home through the front door. Deputies located the man, who claimed he was staying at a friend’s house, and pointed him in the right direction. However, dispatch later received another call that the man was attempting to get into his house again. He was arrested on preliminary charges of disorderly conduct and intoxication.
A 66-year-old woman was found deceased at her North Summit home. Her death is not considered suspicious.
A Basin woman was voluntarily taken to an area hospital after she contacted dispatch and threatened suicide.
An employee of a North Summit business found the glass on the front door broken. Nothing was reported missing. An investigation is ongoing.
A woman alleged that a man had been making unwanted sexual comments to her on the phone and in person. Deputies advised him not to contact the woman or he would be arrested on preliminary charges of electronic communications harassment.
A motorcycle that was stolen from a trailer while it was parked on a Basin road was recovered on State Road 224 without the license plate.
Thursday, May 4
No significant incidents were reported.
Wednesday, May 3
A man who illegally parked in a handicapped parking stall at a business in the Kimball Junction area was arrested for outstanding warrants and on preliminary charges of abuse of disabilities parking and open container. Animal Control picked up his dog.
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation between a man and a woman at a Basin home, but no arrests were made.
Tuesday, May 2
The Federal Aviation Administration reported a green laser being shone at an airplane from the North Summit area. A semi-truck driver also reported a similar incident.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a South Summit home. The man was arrested on preliminary charges of domestic violence criminal mischief.
A man was arrested for outstanding warrants at a business in the Kimball Junction area.
A man with outstanding warrants turned himself into the Sheriff’s Office.
Three vehicles were burglarized while parked in Basin neighborhood.
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence situation at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area, but the suspect had left before deputies arrived.
Several items were taken from an unlocked vehicle while it was parked in a Basin neighborhood.
Monday, May 1
All the tires on a vehicle were punctured while it was parked on a South Summit road. An investigation is ongoing.
Someone caused damage to a North Summit lawn after the property owner used an herbicide.
A woman lost her iPhone while at a business in the Basin.
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