Sheriff’s Report, Oct. 29-31, 2014
Between Monday, Oct. 20 and Monday, Oct. 27, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office responded to numerous calls, including the following:
Monday, Oct. 20
Deputies stopped a man for speeding on eastbound 1-80 and it was discovered he had a $2,500 warrant in West Valley City for trespassing. The man was arrested and transported to jail without incident.
A woman reported her front passenger side window had been smashed and her purse stolen from her vehicle in the parking lot of her place in the Oakley area. No surveillance video was available and an investigation is ongoing.
Tuesday, Oct. 21
The manager of a hotel in Coalville reported that her front desk clerk had left without telling anyone and had not returned. The manager also reported $105 missing from the cash drawer. The employee was found and arrested due to two active warrants.
Thursday, Oct. 23
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for expired registration, when it was discovered the driver had several active warrants. The driver was arrested for the warrants and booked on the new traffic offenses.
Friday, Oct. 24
Deputies responded to a traffic stop on eastbound 1-80. The suspect was stopped for speeding and records revealed he had two traffic warrants out of West Valley City totaling $2,940.
Saturday, Oct. 25
Deputies responded to a call in the South Snyderville Basin area when a homeowner said she heard the sliding glass door near the back of her home rattle. The woman did not think any property was vandalized or stolen.
A bicycle valued at around $1,000 was stolen while it was parked outside of a retail store in the Kimball Junction area. The retail store provided video surveillance but asked for more time to search the camera recordings.
Deputies responded to a call in the Kimball Junction area about a couple, who appeared to be intoxicated, arguing. When deputies arrived, the female was found to be sober and the male was likely suffering effects from his cancer medication. No charges were filed for the verbal argument.
Sunday, Oct. 26
Deputies stopped a driver for a traffic sign violation on SR 224. Once pulled over, the man fled into an adjacent field. Deputies deployed a K-9 unit, which found the man at a residence. He was found to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested.
Monday, Oct. 27
Deputies responded to a traffic stop on eastbound 1-80 for failure to display a license plate, when the driver was found to have an active warrant. He was booked in the Summit County Jail.
Deputies responded to a call that someone had entered a residential construction site in the Promontory area sometime during the night. Cable and a cable box were reported stolen and a water main was damaged, flooding the site. There are no suspects at this time.
A driver was stopped for running a stop sign on State Road 35 and deputies found an open container in the vehicle. The driver failed field sobriety tests and two marijuana pipes were found in the vehicle. He was arrested for driving under the influence. The passenger was cited for possession of paraphernalia and released.
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