Sheriff’s Report: several arrested for outstanding warrants
March 15-17, 2017
The Summit County Attorney’s Office is considering charges against a 25-year-old Salt Lake Valley man who hit several vehicles in North Summit over the weekend.
On Saturday, dispatch received a report from a North Summit woman that her vehicles had been damaged overnight, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. When deputies arrived, they reportedly found a trail of debris that led to the suspect’s vehicle nearly one block away.
The suspect was found sleeping in his vehicle and covered in blood from a laceration to his head, according to a report. It states he was transported by ambulance to McKay-Dee Hospital.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous calls between Sunday, March 5, and Monday, March 13, including several cases involving outstanding warrants.
Monday, March 13
The manager of a business in the Kimball Junction area claims someone stole two PlayStation controllers. An investigation is ongoing.
Sunday, March 12
A Basin man contacted dispatch after someone accessed his unlocked vehicle. Nothing was reported missing, except a leather jacket that was later found on a neighboring property.
Someone allegedly attempted to use counterfeit bills at a business in the Kimball Junction area. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to a business in the Kimball Junction area after a woman stole several items from the store. She later admitted taking the items and was cited for theft.
A man reported his Rolex watch, along with other items of jewelry, stolen from a hotel in the Basin. An investigation is ongoing.
Saturday, March 11
Dispatch received a report about a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a South Summit home. Deputies stopped the couple’s vehicle on State Road 248 and determined that no crime had been committed. They were released.
Someone spray painted a dumpster and an electrical box in the Kimball Junction area.
A 46-year-old woman reportedly overdosed at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area. She was transported to a Salt Lake area hospital and involuntarily committed.
Friday, March 10
A woman reportedly left her purse inside a store in the Kimball Junction area, but was unable to later locate it. An investigation is ongoing.
A man requested that a woman not return to his Basin home.
A Basin man was involuntarily committed to Park City Hospital after he reportedly made several concerning statements.
Dispatch received a report about a stolen cow from a South Summit property owner.
Thursday, March 9
Deputies stopped three vehicles in separate incidents on South Summit roads for not having current insurance. Two of the drivers were arrested for outstanding warrants and the third driver was arrested for not installing an interlock ignition device.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a South Summit road for not having current insurance and arrested the driver or an outstanding warrant.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a South Summit road for not having current insurance and arrested the driver for not installing an interlock ignition device.
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident between a man and a woman at a South Summit home after a woman requested the presence of law enforcement officials. The parties agreed to separate for the night and no arrests were made.
Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on a Basin road and arrested a passenger for an outstanding warrant.
A 22-year-old woman was reported missing by her coworkers after failing to show up for work. She returned later that day.
Wednesday, March 8
Deputies approached a vehicle parked on a North Summit road and arrested the occupant for an outstanding warrant. He was transported to the Summit County Jail and preliminarily charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Deputies stopped a vehicle after it made an illegal U-turn in the Kimball Junction area and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant. He was also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and traffic violations.
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling eastbound on Interstate 80 for a turn-signal violation and arrested the driver for outstanding warrants and driving with a suspended license. Deputies also found an open container in the vehicle.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road for a turn-signal violation and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant.
Tuesday, March 7
Deputies responded to a potential domestic violence incident at a Basin home, but were unable to determine if a crime had taken place. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling westbound on Interstate 80 for an equipment violation and cited the driver for traffic violations, and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. He was later released.
Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident at a South Summit home. They arrested a man and preliminarily charged him with assault after he admitted brandishing a handgun during an argument.
Monday, March 6
Dispatch received a report about suspicious activity at a construction site in South Summit. Deputies found a worker at the site and arrested him for an outstanding warrant.
A Basin man reportedly received a call from a man who claimed to be a sergeant with the Sheriff’s Office. He purchased nearly $2,000 worth of credit cards for the suspect.
Sunday, March 5
A man reportedly broke a door to access a business in the Kimball Junction area. However, no items were missing.
A credit card stolen from a business in the Kimball Junction has been used several times in multiple counties. An investigation is ongoing.
A deputy noticed multiple cable and power boxes at an apartment complex in the Kimball Junction area had been spray painted with suspected gang graffiti.
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