Sheriff’s Report, Sept. 21-23, 2016
September 20, 2016
Two masked men forced their way into a business in the Basin over the weekend and are reportedly still at large, according to the Summit County Sheriff's Office.
The suspects damaged two storage units and stole approximately $200 worth of items from the business, a report states. Both men were described as wearing masks, gloves and coats. An investigation is ongoing.
According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Sept. 12, and Sunday, Sept. 18, including several incidents involving juveniles.
Sunday, Sept. 18
A man contacted dispatch after his father-in-law failed to return home from a party.
A Basin woman claimed someone stole her laptop from her apartment. An investigation is ongoing.
A woman contacted dispatch to report that her vehicle had been stolen from her South Summit home.
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Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant and on preliminary charges of possession of paraphernalia.
Saturday, Sept. 17
Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on State Road 224 and arrested the driver on preliminary charges of possession of paraphernalia and a stolen ID.
Deputies noticed a suspicious vehicle parked near a Basin neighborhood and cited the passenger for possession of paraphernalia.
Deputies arrested a woman for an outstanding warrant in the Basin.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a South Summit road for following too closely and arrested the driver on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
A Basin man contacted dispatch claiming another man made threatening phone calls to him.
Employees at a business in the Basin contacted dispatch to report a man for allegedly stealing items. Deputies located the man, but he was released.
Employees at a business in the Basin contacted dispatch to report a man for making threats. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect.
Deputies responded to a fight between two men at a South Summit home. No arrests were made.
Deputies responded to a report of potentially suicidal juvenile at a South Summit home. She was later released to her parents.
Friday, Sept. 16
A Basin man claimed his vehicle was stolen from his driveway while it was running.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant. He was also issued citations for driving on a suspended license and without proof of insurance.
Deputies responded to a noise complaint at a Basin home and arrested a man on preliminary charges of violating a protective order and criminal mischief.
A Park City woman contacted dispatch after three credit cards were stolen from her wallet while it was in her vehicle. The cards were fraudulently used at businesses in the Basin for purchases totaling more than $15,000.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Deputies arrested a man near a home in the Kimball Junction area for threatening a woman. He was also arrested on preliminary charges of possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
Several items were taken from a Basin woman's vehicle, including two debit cards, a checkbook and a military ID card.
A Basin man claimed his golf clubs were taken from his unlocked vehicle.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road and arrested the driver for outstanding warrants and on preliminary charges of having an obstructed windshield, driving on an alcohol-related suspension and failing to install an interlock ignition device
Someone vandalized the gate to a business in the Kimball Junction area.
Someone spray-painted several buildings in a Basin neighborhood.
A Basin woman contacted dispatch to report a Park City man who has been threatening her and her boyfriend.
Wednesday, Sept. 14
Dispatch received a report about a suspicious vehicle parked on a Basin road. Deputies arrested the driver on preliminary charges of possession of marijuana.
A woman contacted dispatch requesting that a man be asked to not return to her North Summit home.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a Basin home and arrested the man on preliminary charges of assault, criminal mischief and possession of tobacco and alcohol.
Dispatch received a report about a man acting suspiciously in North Summit. He was later arrested for an outstanding warrant.
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling on Interstate 80 for a cracked windshield and issued a citation to the driver for operating the vehicle without insurance.
Tuesday, Sept. 13
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road and arrested the driver for having two outstanding warrants.
A North Summit woman contacted dispatch after she discovered someone trying to break into her vehicle. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect.
Dispatch received a report of an incident involving a juvenile and his parent. No citations were issued and the case will be forwarded to the county attorney's office.
A Basin woman's vehicle was burglarized and several items were taken, including $500 and a Nevada driver's license.
The Park City Police Department contacted dispatch to report a potentially suicidal juvenile. Deputies responded to the home in the Basin and released him into the care of a parent.
Deputies assisted the Park City Police Department with an incident involving a juvenile.
Monday, Sept. 12
Deputies responded to domestic violence incident at a business in the Basin and arrested a woman on preliminary charges of assault.
A South Summit woman's stolen vehicle was found in the Salt Lake Valley.
The Murray Police Department contacted a Basin man after arresting someone with his credit card. More than $1,200 in fraudulent purchases were made.
A Basin man admitted to stealing medication from a South Summit business. He was arrested and preliminarily charged with exploitation of a vulnerable adult and theft.
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