Police/Sheriff Log: Calls for Service

PARK CITY, Utah. — Snow on the roads, snow at the resorts and alcohol in the wrong hands: The following is a roundup of calls to the Park City Police Dept. (PCPD and the Summit County Sheriff’s Dept.

At the 7-11 on Park Ave., several minors attempting to buy beer were stopped by PCPD officers on Tuesday. Citations were issued to two adults for possession. Three juveniles were referred/screened for possession and/or consumption.

PCPD day shift officers were on-scene in the Homestake area Feb 23 responding to an argument over property among several roommates; one person was sited and released. While officers were conducting their investigation, the burning fire in the fireplace spread, causing the condo to catch on fire. Surrounding units were cleared by the officers present, at which point they extinguished the fire before the fire marshal and fire department responded to the scene.

On Sunday, ski patrol from Park City Mountain requested assistance from PCPD in handling three suspects who were trespassing (skiing) on the property. All three adult men were released on citation for trespassing.

Talisker’s snow plow truck drivers reported to PCPD on Wednesday that SUVs and trucks with trailers carrying snowmobiles were blocking the roadway at the Marsac roundabout by the Montage.

Sheriff’s deputies reported that on Saturday night, a complainant at Del Taco reported that a man in a silver pickup truck had struck a parked vehicle in the parking lot and that he had lost consciousness. Upon contact with the man, he showed numerous signs of impairment and he performed poorly on standardized field sobriety tests. The male was subsequently taken into custody for suspicion of DUI and transported to the Summit County Jail.

On Saturday night, a Sheriff’s deputy arrested an adult man after conducting a traffic stop for a stop sign violation. The man was found to be under the influence of alcohol and is an alcohol-restricted driver.

On Wednesday, PCPD received a call requesting a report be filed for a lost driver’s license in order for the caller to fly back home.

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