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Sheriff’s report: Woman requests speed check to prove she doesn’t speed

According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Nov. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 18, including a woman's request that an officer perform a speed check while she is driving to prove to her neighbor that she is not speeding.

Sunday, Nov. 18
A woman who lives in the Snyderville Basin contacted dispatch and requested that an officer perform a speed check while she is driving down the road to prove to her neighbor that she is not speeding. Dispatch also received a call from the neighbor who claimed the woman does drive over the speed limit. Deputies were not able to reach one of the women, but agreed to increase patrols in the area when they are available.

Saturday, Nov. 17
While a woman was parked in Kimball Junction, a portion of her $1,500 bike rack was taken from her vehicle.

A man got $40 in gas at a station in Coalville and then left without paying.

Friday, Nov. 16
No significant incidents were reported.

Thursday, Nov. 15
When deputies stopped a vehicle in Kimball Junction for a taillight violation, they detected the smell of marijuana. The driver was arrested under suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Wednesday, Nov. 14
No significant incidents were reported.

Tuesday, Nov. 13
No significant incidents were reported.

Monday, Nov. 12
A South Summit man contacted dispatch after his brother assaulted him and sent threatening text messages. The man admitted assaulting and threatening his brother and was arrested under suspicion of assault, harassment, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

A Basin man wired $5,000 to an online auction house after he purchased a small tractor. But, when he went to check on his order status, he learned the website had been taken down.