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Police and sheriff logs: Calls for service

Sunglass Hut, Smith’s and St. Regis were just three areas of activity for the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) during the week of April 5th to April 12th.

Wednesday:

A report was called in to PCPD officers that a man was passed out on the Park City bus. Officers went to the guy, had medical services assist in determining that he was drunk and nothing more serious. The officers gave the man a ride to his house.

The Sunglasses Hut store at the Outlet Mall notified SCSD deputies that a man had walked into the store, stolen two pairs of sunglasses worth a total of $659 and walked out. 

Friday:
 
It was reported to SCSD deputies that two suspicious men were seen entering Smith’s grocery store. Upon further investigation, one of them left the scene in a car and the other was detained after trying to steal a cart full of items. Video showed the two men working together to fill the cart. One was arrested for theft and drug related charges. The car was located with drugs and paraphernalia, along with a handgun, inside. Both men are restricted persons and felons. A warrant was applied for and issued for the home related to the car at Canyon Creek Apartments. Before the warrant was executed, the other man was found riding a bicycle and arrested. He was cooperative and admitted to having the handgun in the car. The search warrant was executed and several more drugs, paraphernalia, gun parts and ammo were located. Both were also wanted on several outstanding warrants and were arrested.
 
Saturday:

During the day at the St. Regis Hotel, employees called PCPD officers, who responded to a drunk guest who was belligerent and confrontational with hotel staff. The guest was arrested and booked into the Wasatch County Jail after efforts were exhausted to release him to a responsible party. The man was booked in to the Wasatch County Jail.

A counterfeit $50 bill was used at Smiths. The man who passed it to employees, in his 30’s, was contacted via phone and agreed to meet with SCSD deputies but failed to do so after multiple attempts. Follow up is being conducted by attorneys.

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