PARK CITY, Utah. — Jewelry, jail and junk wire showed up in this week’s round up of calls for service to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Department.
March 1st: Sheriff’s deputies cited a man for intoxication who was already at the jail. He had arrived for a five-day sentence with a 0.288 blood alcohol level.
March 2nd: PCPD officers encountered an intoxicated man sleeping inside the transit center after hours. Officers issued an after-hours trespass and transported him to his home in Prospector.
March 2nd: PCPD received multiple 911 hang ups before a business office determined that their fax machine, which was supposed to be calling 811, kept calling 911.
March 3rd: Sheriff’s deputies received a call from a man who said he ordered medicinal marijuana online from what he thought was a dispensary. He paid $200.00 via Venmo and never received the product. An investigation determined the website was fraudulent and that the people who run the website likely live outside of the country.
March 3rd: Sheriff’s deputies reported that at the Powderwood Apartments a woman was warming up her car before work, went back inside to grab something and returned to find that someone had stolen her bag. There are no leads or witnesses.
March 3rd: Sheriff’s deputies responding to a car stuck in the snow on the side of an 1-80 westbound off ramp. Further investigation revealed the driver had multiple felony and misdemeanor warrants for which he was taken into custody and booked. The vehicle was towed away.
March 4th: Sheriff’s deputies got a report that at N. Industrial Park Rd. during the early morning hours a black two-door passenger car entered onto the property of a construction company and forced entry into a shed. The suspects took $1,000 worth of wire from the shed. The surveillance video was unable to get a picture of the license plate. There are no leads.
March 4th: Sheriff’s deputies got a report that at N. Industrial Park Rd. during the early morning hours a black two-door passenger car entered a construction company property and forced entry into a shed. Suspects took $1,000 worth of wire and fled the business. The surveillance video didn’t get a picture of the license plate. There are no leads.