Sheriff’s Report: Woman forces her way into South Summit home
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office arrested a woman last week after she forced her way into a South Summit home while a 14-year-old boy was there.
On Sept. 26, a 14-year-old boy claimed a woman with blood smeared on her face began pounding on the front door while he was home alone, a report states. The boy said when he opened the door the woman forcefully pushed her way into the home and began speaking incoherently.
According to the report, the boy “feared for his safety” and fled to a neighbor’s home. From there, he reportedly dialed 911.
When law enforcement officials arrived the woman locked the doors and was only visible through a window in the kitchen, the report states. Deputies used a key to access the home and found the woman in the bathtub.
The woman was booked on preliminary charges of burglary and assault. She was transported and booked into the Summit County Jail, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to numerous other calls between Monday, Sept. 26, and Monday, Oct. 3, including two vehicle burglaries.
Monday, Oct. 3
Deputies stopped a vehicle on a Basin road after a registration check revealed the driver had several outstanding warrants. The driver was arrested and also preliminarily charged with possession of paraphernalia.
An orange bike was reported stolen from a Basin home. An investigation is ongoing.
A Basin woman contacted dispatch after her accountant informed her that someone used her personal information to open a bank account and file a false tax return. An investigation is ongoing.
Sunday, Oct. 2
Deputies found a man sleeping in his vehicle while it was parked in the Basin. He was arrested on preliminary charges of possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. The man, who has a pending case in Summit County, was also reportedly found with a one-way ticket to another country. A 3rd District Court judge set a $35,000 cash-only bail for him.
A woman contacted dispatch after she was locked out of her home by her ex-husband.
A Giant Bicycle described as dark gray and orange was reported stolen from a Basin hotel.
A driver contacted dispatch after he hit a bike rack on the back of another vehicle. He said he left a note.
Saturday, Oct. 1
A man who was attempting to park his double-trailer semi-truck in a North Summit parking lot hit three parked fuel trailers, knocking one over. The North Summit Fire District hazmat team responded to the scene.
Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on a Basin road and found paraphernalia and a drug presumed to be marijuana. The driver and passengers were given juvenile referrals and released to their parents.
Deputies responded to a South Summit home after dispatch received a report of a potentially suicidal male with a gun. The man was transported to Park City Hospital and voluntarily committed.
A Basin woman contacted dispatch after reportedly finding a “green pill with a smiley face” on it in her juvenile son’s possession. An investigation is ongoing.
Friday, Sept. 30
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for having expired registration. The driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant and transported to Wasatch County.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 for expired registration and arrested the driver on preliminary charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol after he admitted to drinking.
Deputies were forced to kick in the front door of a South Summit home when performing a welfare check on the homeowner. The man was later cleared by medical personnel after denying further medical treatment.
A Basin woman contacted deputies after receiving a threatening letter from a man she knows in England.
Thursday, Sept. 29
A woman was arrested on a Basin road and preliminarily charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling on a Basin road after discovering the driver had several outstanding warrants. The driver was arrested for the warrants and transported to the Summit County Jail.
Three men were asked not to return to a South Summit property after the property owner found the men trespassing. The men contacted dispatch after the property owner approached them while wearing a gun on his hip.
Wednesday, Sept. 28
An employee at a business in the Basin contacted dispatch after someone was caught on camera stealing an iPhone.
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Dispatch received a report about a dispute between two North Summit neighbors that had escalated into an argument in front of their homes. No citations were issued.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on State Road 224 and arrested the driver for an outstanding warrant for failing to appear and driving without a license or insurance.
A contractor working at a North Summit home found several personal documents belonging to other people in the basement. The home was previously owned by someone who reportedly has a criminal record for fraudulent activity. An investigation is ongoing.
Monday, Sept. 26
Deputies located a vehicle that had been reported stolen in the parking lot of a business in the Kimball Junction area.
A Basin woman found a threatening letter on her front porch directed to the previous homeowner. An investigation is ongoing.
Deputies responded to a North Summit residence after dispatch received a report about an argument between a man and two women. The man was asked not to return to the home.
Deputies arrested a man on preliminary charges of use/possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia after they noticed his vehicle parked on a Basin road.
Dispatch received several reports of a man attempting to open the doors on multiple vehicles in the parking lot of a business in the Kimball Junction area. He was arrested and preliminarily charged with vehicle burglary and disorderly conduct.
A man contacted dispatch after he noticed the vehicle parked next to his had been broken into near a trailhead in the Basin. The vehicle’s owner reported her purse missing.
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