Sheriff’s Report, Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2015
September 29, 2015
A runaway teen has been found several days after she was initially reported missing.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, the teen’s family reported her missing Thursday after she did not go to school or come home.
Her family had reason to believe she was in Salt Lake City getting tattoos, but in a text to her mother she claimed to be helping a friend take care of a sick parent, the report states. Salt Lake City police officers responded to the home where the text was sent from, but did not locate her.
Saturday, family members found a Snap Chat photo of the teen in the West Valley City area and Park City officers later saw an online post stating she would be in Kearns. Two officers with the Unified Police Department unsuccessfully attempted to locate the teen at the restaurant she said she would be.
The call logs state the teen was found sometime Sunday. However, no further information was available.
According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Tuesday, Sept. 22, and Monday, Sept. 28, including the following:
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Monday, Sept. 28
Deputies received a report of a driver that did not pay for gas at a North Summit station. When detained, it was discovered the driver and passengers were in possession of approximately $1,300 worth of stolen items from thefts that occurred in Heber City and Park City, a glass pipe and two packs of unused syringes. Two men were arrested and booked on preliminary charges of felony theft. A 17-year-old woman was also referred to juvenile court.
Sunday, Sept. 27
Dispatch received a report from a woman who claimed to be sexually assaulted. An investigation is underway.
After a man was fired from his Basin-area job, he threatened his former employer over the phone. He was trespassed from the property.
An unknown suspect took a wallet from a woman’s restroom at the Tanger Outlets. Two school ID’s and $24 were in the wallet.
Saturday, Sept. 26
Deputies were dispatched to a Basin-area hotel because of an injury accident an employee witnessed. The driver refused field sobriety tests, was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.
Deputies were dispatched to a domestic violence incident involving three children at a home in a Basin-area neighborhood. A woman was arrested for criminal mischief, simple assault and three charges of domestic violence in the presence of a child.
Friday, Sept. 25
Deputy’s responded to a South Summit home because of a suspicious odor. Fire, medical services and Questar responded to the residence, but were unable to identify the cause. The family remained at the home.
Deputies were dispatched to a custody dispute at a North Summit home. No citations were issued.
Thursday, Sept. 24
Dispatch received a report of a man who became disorderly after he was denied a ski sponsorship from a Kimball Junction area business.
Wednesday, Sept 23
Dispatch received a report of a white SUV with a possibly intoxicated driver in the Kimball Junction area. The driver refused field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving under the influence. On the way to the Summit County Jail, he threatened to murder and was combative and aggressive.
Tuesday, Sept. 22
Deputies responded to the Kimball Junction area to conduct a welfare check on a woman.
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