Police and Sheriff logs: Calls for service

Wildlife outside and wild roommates inside are included in calls to service to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) for the week of April 13 – 19.

Officers from the PCPD were notified of a herd of elk near SR 224 and the big white barn. The elk weren’t directly in the road, however, the caller believed they would cross the road within the hour.

PCPD officers report that a moose was spotted walking on Lower Main Street shortly after the bars closed. Several pedestrians and passing drivers were encouraged to keep their distance. The moose made its way to Deer Valley and then to Rossi Hill.
At the intersection of Kearns Blvd and Wyatt Earp, PCPD officers pulled multiple cars over during the posted no-turn hours and educated drivers on the illegal turn.
Two young men were reported to the PCPD for suspiciously walking around a Park City neighborhood selling things while not wearing masks.

A SCSD deputy took a report of a theft from a car in Park City that was parked in a neighborhood in front of a friend’s house. The car was unlocked and a water bottle, a backpack containing work-related documents and a prescription bottle were missing. There are no suspects in the case.
In a neighborhood in Summit County, SCSD deputies responded to a call where two roommates were having a verbal argument. The roommate who called explained that his roommate was drunk. The intoxicated roommate was determined by deputies to be uncooperative and would not tell what happened. That roommate was taken to and booked into jail as he was deemed unable to properly take care of himself.
A pair of Air Pods were stolen from the MARC and the theft was reported to PCPD.
 PCPD officers took a report of a mountain bike that had been stolen in a past occurrence on Daly Ave.

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