Sheriff’s Report, Sept 23-25, 2015 |

Sheriff’s Report, Sept 23-25, 2015

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The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man who tried to break into a South Summit home Friday.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, the suspect attempted to gain access to the home through a bedroom window.

The victim and a friend were reportedly in his bedroom when they saw a dark figure standing outside of the window, the report states. The victim said he opened his bedroom window to try and identify the intruder, but the suspect ran toward the window and broke the screen.

The suspect unsuccessfully attempted to grab the victim through the window before he fled on a bike.

Deputies patrolled the area, but were unable to locate him. He was described as being 5′ 8" with blue eyes, wearing a yellow and green mask, a blue sweater and possibly shorts. An investigation is underway.

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Tuesday, Sept 15, and Monday, Sept. 21, including the following:

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Monday, Sept. 21

No significant incidents were reported.

Sunday, Sept. 20

A report was filed in South Summit about a potentially suicidal man who is missing and may be a harm to himself or others.

South Summit property owners reported to dispatch that two men came on their property asking to locate a lost weather balloon. The homeowners watched the men for more than an hour before a car with two women and two children picked them up.

Saturday, Sept. 19

No significant incidents were reported.

Friday, Sept. 18

After a traffic stop on State Road 224, deputies discovered the driver had an active warrant out of Salt Lake County and was driving on a suspended license. She was arrested for the warrant and cited for the suspended license.

Thursday, Sept. 17

Deputies interviewed a woman about an alleged assault that occurred in North Summit several days before. An investigation is underway.

Wednesday, Sept. 16

A verbal argument took place between a driver and a pedestrian when the driver didn’t yield. Neither party pursued charges.

Sometime within the last week, a Ruger handgun was stolen from a South Summit home.

Deputies responded to an alarm at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood. The owner was arrested and booked into jail for possession of paraphernalia and an active warrant.

Tuesday, Sept. 15

Following a traffic stop for expired registration on State Road 224, deputies discovered the driver had a suspended license and had failed to install an ignition interlock device. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.