Calls for service: Police and Sheriff’s logs

Golf, baseball, and dog walking highlight the calls for service that came into the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) for the week of May 3 – May 9.


  • PCPD  officers responded to an unwanted person sleeping at the 1600 block of Bonanza. Officers located a family relative who responded to take custody of the individual. The case was referred to the liaison officer.


  • SCSD deputies pulled a car over for speeding 20+ mph over the limit. The driver was found to have an active out-of-county arrest warrant for a prior DUI, driving on a denied license, open container in a vehicle, and speeding. The driver was also found to have never installed an alcohol interlock device in his vehicle, as well as a suspended license. The man was given a ticket and released at the SCSD office.


  • Two vehicles were stopped by PCPD officers for being too loud, one on Main Street and one on Deer Valley Dr.
  • PCPD officers provided a uniformed presence as a deterrent at a high school baseball game.
  • Officers from the PCPD handled a threatening involving two neighbors over dog leash laws.
  • A call came into the SCSD from a woman from Pennsylvania reporting two fraudulent transactions on her credit cards for golfing equipment. She had already called her banks as well as her credit card companies to inform them of the situation. She has also contacted where one of the fraudulent items had been bought. The representative informed her the item was being shipped to a house address on the golf course in Jeremy Ranch. The deputy attempted contact at the address but was unsuccessful. There are no further leads or info at this time. 

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