Sheriff’s Report, Nov. 4-6, 2015 | ParkRecord.com

Sheriff’s Report, Nov. 4-6, 2015

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Two cars were reported stolen in separate incidents over the weekend in the Snyderville Basin, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

Friday, dispatch received a report of a 2003 Toyota Tacoma that was stolen from a Basin-area gas station. The call logs state the owner left the keys in the cab of the truck and then later discovered it missing. The vehicle was found Monday in Salt Lake City. However, there are no suspects.

Thursday, a silver Subaru Forester was also reported stolen from a Basin-area apartment complex. The vehicle was unlocked and the keys were left inside. It has not been found.

So far, the Sheriff’s Office has not discovered any evidence that the incidents are connected, according to Detective Casey Bates.

"There are no suspects in either case and each is still under investigation," Bates said. "In both incidents, keys were left in the vehicles. People want to make sure that their keys are with them and that nothing valuable is visible."

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Oct. 26, and Sunday, Nov. 1, including the following:

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Sunday, Nov. 1

A Kimball Junction-area employee reported a woman for stealing clothes from a business. Deputies stopped the woman near her home and arrested her after she admitted to taking the items without paying.

Deputies responded to a report of a burglarized vehicle that had been parked for more than a week. The driver’s side door sustained damage and the ignition was removed.

Deputies found a man and a woman partially dressed while in a parked car at a Basin-area hotel. The man had an active $875 warrant out of the Wasatch County Justice Court. As deputies were placing the man in handcuffs he fled, but was soon captured and taken to the Summit County Jail.

Deputies stopped a car on State Road 224 for a traffic violation. The driver was arrested for an active $25,000 warrant.

Saturday, Oct. 31

Deputies stopped a driver for an active $10,000 warrant for lewdness involving a child out of the Third District Court. The 58-year-old Summit County resident was arrested for the warrant and possession of narcotics believed to be marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine.

A man was arrested at a North Summit home for domestic violence and intoxication after he attacked a woman.

Deputies responded to a Basin-area home regarding a domestic violence incident. A man was arrested and taken to the Summit County Jail.

A South Summit man noticed the right front tire on his truck had been slashed with a knife.

A woman rear-ended another car while driving along a North Summit road. The woman was arrested for driving under the influence.

A South Summit man reported another man attempted to gain access to his home. The suspect denied any involvement and an investigation is ongoing.

Friday, Oct. 30

Deputies responded to a South Summit home after receiving reports of several spotlights aimed at a particular home. The residents claimed they were part of a neighborhood watch.

Deputies performed a welfare check on a boy in a Basin-area home.

Thursday, Oct. 29

A man was trespassed from a Basin-area church after acting strangely and yelling. He was later transported to Park City Medical Center.

Dispatch received a report of a man driving heavy equipment on the Millennium Trail near State Road 224. The Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District contacted the property owner to disallow the activity. The property owner said he would stop using the trail.

Wednesday, Oct. 28

A North Summit teen was transferred to a Salt Lake City hospital from an overdose.

Tuesday, Oct. 27

Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in progress between two women at a Basin-area home. No citations were issued and the women were separated for the night.

Deputies responded to a Basin-area home after receiving reports about a man who had stopped breathing. The man’s death is not considered suspicious.

Deputies were dispatched to a Kimball Junction-area business about a hit and run that happened in the drive-thru. The owner provided deputies with video of the accident. An investigation is ongoing.

Deputies responded to a North Summit business after a man assaulted several employees. He was transported to Park City Medical Center and preliminarily charged with attempted arson, domestic violence, assault and criminal mischief.

A woman called dispatch to have an acquaintance trespassed from her Kimball Junction-area home.

Monday, Oct 26

A woman reported a bus driver for making inappropriate comments about her.

Someone driving a black jeep hit several trees along a Basin-area road. There are no suspects.