Sheriff’s Report, Sept. 16-18, 2015
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Monday, Sept. 7, and Monday, Sept. 14, including the following:
Monday, Sept. 14
No significant incidents were reported.
Sunday, Sept. 13
A man reported that the windshield and rear window of his Jeep Grand Cherokee were broken while it was parked outside his Basin-area apartment building.
A South Summit man was found at his home having trouble breathing. He was later pronounced deceased.
A North Summit woman reported her iPad mini, some jewelry, her wallet and a checkbook were stolen from her home. Cards from the wallet were used in Park City and Salt Lake City. The case will be forwarded to investigations.
Saturday, Sept. 12
A man reported that his mountain bike was stolen from a Basin-area hotel parking lot.
A GPS device was stolen from a rental car while it was parked at a Kimball Junction area hotel. The man stated the vehicle was locked, but the window was open.
A woman was arrested near Rockport Reservoir for an active warrant out of West Jordan.
A woman was arrested for domestic violence assault in North Summit.
Friday, Sept. 11
A North Summit landlord and her renter became engaged in a physical confrontation while the renter was moving out. Neither party pursued charges.
Deputies responded to a verbal argument between a man and a woman in South Summit. No citations were issued.
An unknown suspect broke the window of a car parked in a Basin-area neighborhood. A bag with items worth approximately $300 was reported missing.
A Basin-area woman reported being threatened by an acquaintance at her home.
Thursday, Sept. 10
Deputies stopped a motorcycle in North Summit when they discovered it had expired registration. The driver was cited and the motorcycle was impounded.
A woman who camping at a site along Mirror Lake Highway reported several prescription bottles worth approximately $60 were missing from her vehicle.
Wednesday, Sept. 9
Deputies stopped a driver for speeding on Old Ranch Road. He was arrested for driving on a suspended license and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A man staying at a Basin-area hotel reported his Specialized 29er mountain bike was stolen from his truck while parked in valet. The case will be forwarded for investigations.
Deputies discovered a car stopped at a roundabout in the Silver Summit area. The driver was slumped over in the car with his head down, but started driving when deputies’ lights turned on. Deputies found marijuana and paraphernalia in his car. He was arrested and booked into Summit County Jail.
Tuesday, Sept. 8
Deputies noticed an open gate at the entrance of a Basin-area home and contacted the owner, who was out of town.
A man who was staying at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood admitted to stealing an iPod and pawning it. He was cited for theft and released.
Deputies responded to a report of a one-vehicle rollover accident in the Basin. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence and other related charges.
Monday, Sept. 7
Dispatch received a report about a Basin-area woman who was intimidating a man and making slanderous remarks about him in front of others. The case will be forwarded to the county attorney’s office.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 and discovered the driver had an active warrant out of the Murray Justice Court. He was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.
An unknown suspect attempted to kick in the front door of a residence near Kimball Junction while the homeowner was out of town. The man did not report any items missing or damaged other than the frame of the door.
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