Calls for service: Police and sheriff’s logs
Grafitti incidents times two highlight the calls for service made to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and Summit County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) for the week of June 7 – 14.
- The PCPD was notified that there was graffiti found in the new pedestrian tunnel in front of the Park City High School. Park City Municipal Corp. employees cleaned the paint off of the tunnel walls and the case is under investigation.
- PCPD officers responded to a hit and run that had been reported at the China Bridge parking structure. Officers located the suspect car and conducted a traffic stop. The driver was arrested for DUI.
- A woman called the SCSD and reported that she had left her credit card on the bus and the card had been used multiple times by an unknown person before she realized it was missing. After investigation, three juveniles were interviewed regarding the stolen card and subsequent charges made at the Park City Outlet Mall. Two of the three interviewed juveniles were referred to the juvenile court for theft and unauthorized use of a transaction card.
- An SCSD deputy arrived and located two juveniles spray painting graffiti on the pedestrian tunnel walls near Pinebrook at Kilby Rd. The juveniles were given referrals and released to their parents.
- A call was made to the SCSD from a man who said his Subaru was broken into while parked at the Run-A-Muk Dog Park. A deputy arrived and confirmed that the front passenger window was broken out while he was walking his dogs at the park.
- A vehicle making a right turn into a business from Park Ave hit a cyclist who was attempting to pass the vehicle on the right shoulder. PCPD was called to assist the cyclist who received minor injuries from the collision.