PARK CITY, Utah. — Stealing, smoking, roommate drama and stuck trucks – here’s this week’s wrap-up of Park City Police Department (PCPD) and Summit County Sheriffs Department (SCSD) calls for service:
- A woman called 911 wanting to report that her roommate had turned off her internet. She was told the incident would be documented, but she continued to call 911 requesting a report for the same incident. Her roommate then reported that she was very intoxicated and causing an unreasonable disturbance. Upon contact, it was confirmed that roommate #1 heavily intoxicated. It was then determined that she posed a danger to herself and others, so she was taken into custody for intoxication.
- Wednesday, March 10th, SCSD received a call regarding fraud that was reported by a construction company employee. The company had received payment instructions via email to pay a supplier. A wire transfer was completed back on February 4 for $28,240; however, the supplier reported no money had been received.
- Thursday, March 11th saw ice closing down highly travelled roads near Park City Mountain. A truck and trailer jack-knifed blocking Empire Avenue. That truck was then hit by another truck, and when the tow truck arrived it slid and crashed into the original two trucks. Officers had to close down the area until the city Streets Dept. could get the area salted.
- Friday, March 12th: Someone stole clothing from the Athleta store on Main Street.
- During Friday’s swing shift, PCPD officers responded to a fight in progress reported by the staff at The Cabin, a Main Street bar.
- On Friday, SCSD deputies stopped a car on Kilby Rd. for expired registration stickers. The vehicle was impounded for expired registration and the driver was cited and released for possession of marijuana and driving an expired vehicle. The marijuana was booked into evidence. The driver later was caught on video hiding a marijuana pipe in a patrol vehicle. The pipe was found and also booked into evidence.
- More drivers with weed on Saturday: SCSD deputies pulled over a speeding car on a rural road near Echo Reservoir. After asking the occupant about a strong odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle, the driver admitted that, indeed, there were user amounts of marijuana and paraphernalia the car. The car was searched, the driver was issued a drug violation and was released.