Sheriff’s Report, Nov. 18-20, 2015
An unidentified man broke into a sleeping woman’s car while she was parked in a parking lot near Kimball Junction.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, the man broke the front passenger window of the woman’s car and grabbed a Louis Vuitton bag, worth approximately $7,000. The bag contained an Apple MacBook Pro, an Apple iPad Air, an Apple iPhone 6 and a Sony Laptop, among other items including her driver’s license and several credit cards.
The woman told dispatch she followed the suspect’s car onto Interstate 80 until he began to reach excessive speeds. The woman described the man’s car as an older gold-colored sedan. An investigation is ongoing.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Nov. 9, and Monday, Nov. 16, including the following:
Monday, Nov. 16
A North Summit man left power tools in his yard on Sunday. When he returned to the yard the tools were missing. There are no suspects.
A Kimball Junction-area store filed a theft report for a stolen iPod. The incident allegedly occurred last week. There are no suspects.
Sunday, Nov. 15
Deputies responded to a Basin-area home for an incident involving a juvenile.
Deputies questioned a man and a woman while in a parked vehicle in the Basin. The man was arrested for domestic violence assault and taken to the Summit County Jail.
Saturday, Nov. 14
A vehicle was stopped for speeding along Interstate 80. Deputies found a marijuana grinder, pipe and rolling papers. The driver was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was cited and released.
A women filed a civil dispute report at the Sheriff’s Office. The civil dispute involves the woman and a man.
Following a traffic stop for speeding on State Road 224, the driver admitted to drinking while driving. He was taken into custody and transported to the Summit County Jail for driving under the influence.
Deputies responded to a report of a family fight in a Kimball Junction-area parking lot. Contact was made with one of the parties and deputies determined nothing physical happened. No citations were issued.
Friday, Nov. 13
A registration check was conducted on a vehicle on State Road 248 and it showed the owner had an active warrant. Deputies found drugs presumed to be cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, THC pills, THC extract, amphetamine pills and items for distribution. The driver was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Deputies and medical personnel were dispatched to a Basin-area home for an unresponsive male. His death is not considered suspicious.
Deputies arrested a man for assault a South Summit home.
Thursday, Nov. 12
Deputies responded to an identity theft case of a Basin-area woman.
A Basin-area business reported a scissor lift stolen.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident at a Basin-area home. No arrests were made.
Wednesday, Nov. 11
No significant incidents reported.
Tuesday, Nov. 10
Dispatch received a report about a verbal argument from a North Summit man. No arrests made.
An unknown suspect damaged a South Summit woman’s mailbox and a decorative rock.
Monday, Nov. 9
Deputies and medical personnel responded to a report of an unresponsive 35-year-old man at a Basin-area home. His death is not considered suspicious.
Deputies stopped a car on State Road 248 and found a drug presumed to be methamphetamine. The passenger was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and an active warrant. The driver was released at the scene.
Deputies arrested a woman with two active warrants while she was walking along State Road 248.
A Kimball Junction-area man filed a report about a check fraud that allegedly occurred last month. An investigation is ongoing.
An unknown suspect stole a package from the front porch of a home near the Kimball Junction-area. The items in the package, soap and vitamins, are worth approximately $300.
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