Sheriff’s Report: Two separate reports of intoxicated men at Echo Reservoir
Aug. 2-5, 2017
August 1, 2017
According to the Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to several calls between Monday, July 18, and Saturday, July 29, including two separate reports of intoxicated men at Echo Reservoir.
Saturday, July 29
A man claimed his clothing, medication and a checkbook were stolen while he was at a North Summit home. An investigation is ongoing.
Friday, July 28
While investigating a possible harassment complaint in South Summit, deputies arrested a person for an outstanding warrant. They were later released to a Wasatch County deputy.
An employee of a business in the Kimball Junction area contacted dispatch after witnessing a man and a woman arguing in the parking lot. The man made threatening gestures and comments toward deputies and once medical personnel arrived, he was voluntarily transported to Park City Hospital. At the hospital, he attempted to run away and hospital staff requested assistance from deputies. He was later transported to Valley Medical Center.
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While a woman was shopping at a business in the Kimball Junction area, she lost her wallet, which contained her driver's license, Social Security card and several credit cards.
A man and a woman attempted to return several items they did not pay for at a business in the Kimball Junction area. An investigation is ongoing.
Dispatch received a report about a suspicious incident involving a woman screaming with a man's voice in the background. When deputies responded, they discovered the woman had sustained injuries to her face and leg. The man was arrested and preliminarily charged with domestic violence assault.
Dispatch received a report from someone in the Basin about rocks that were found in the road and near a vehicle. Deputies found two vehicles had several rocks thrown at them and through the windows.
Thursday, July 27
A Basin woman reported several items were missing from her home. An investigation is ongoing.
Wednesday, July 26
No significant incidents were reported.
Tuesday, July 25
Deputies performed a welfare check on an intoxicated man at Echo Reservoir, but discovered that no crime had occurred. He was transported to the Salt Lake area by deputies.
Someone damaged a Terex Backhoe at a location in the Basin. The rear window was reportedly damaged by what appeared to be a small caliber projectile. The front windshield had a small chip on the inside, but was otherwise undamaged.
A North Summit person contacted dispatch about being harassed. The suspect was advised not to have further contact with the victim. An investigation is ongoing.
Monday, July 24
Dispatch received a report from a third-party about a physical altercation between two men near at a North Summit intersection. One of the suspects left the area in a black passenger vehicle before deputies arrived. The other suspect refused to press charges. He was told not to return to a nearby property.
Deputies responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a home in the Basin and determined that two individuals were involved in a dispute as one was attempting to leave.
A man contacted dispatch to report that someone had caused damage to his vehicle while it was parked in the Kimball Junction area. An investigation is ongoing.
Sunday, July 23
Deputies responded to reports of an individual being spotted in a South Summit neighborhood. The man reportedly has a $25,000 outstanding warrant and a violent history. However, deputies were unable to locate the suspect.
Deputies responded to the report of an intoxicated and disorderly man at Echo Reservoir. He was transported to Park City Hospital for minor injuries he sustained during an altercation. He was later cited for intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Deputies stopped a silver Jeep on a Basin road and arrested the driver after he admitted to being intoxicated. He was arrested on preliminary charges of driving under the influence.
Saturday, July 22
Deputies stopped a blue Chevy Suburban in the Kimball Junction area for not having insurance. The driver was arrested on preliminary charges of driving on a suspended license, driving with no insurance and driving a vehicle without an interlock ignition device. She was transported to the Summit County Jail.
Friday, July 21
Dispatch received information about a potentially suicidal woman. She was located in South Summit and voluntarily transported to Park City Hospital.
The manager of a business in Park City contacted dispatch after an employee failed to return a company-issued truck. The truck was described as a white 2017 Kenworth.
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