A garage sale and a garage band highlight the calls to service made to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) for last week, from May 29 to June 6.
- PCPD: A counterfeit $50 bill was exchanged at a garage sale.
- PCPD: A woman felt threatened by her ex-boyfriend and needed assistance.
- PCPD: Students were in the parking lot of the Park City High School lining up in their cars and squealing their tires for approximately 45 minutes.
- PCPD: A juvenile was booked into the Summit County Jail on multiple charges after being taken to be checked out and subsequentially cleared at a medical facility. Officers responded to SR 224 when a stolen vehicle fled from UHP on an attempted traffic stop. A pursuit took place on Park Ave., through Snow Creek, and onto Kearns Blvd. The suspect vehicle was stopped after an officer used a P.I.T. maneuver (pursuit intervention technique). The driver subsequently bailed and fled on foot. Officers pursued the driver into the Homestake condos complex and set up a perimeter, and a drone was deployed. The suspect was located a short time later hiding near an exterior stairwell.
- PCPD: Officers arrested a person staying at the Park City Hotel for assault, intoxication, and disorderly conduct.
- SCSD: Off Rasmussen Rd., Creekside Kids childcare center reported that in the week prior, the catalytic converter was stolen off their school bus.
- PCPD: A hiker called in to say that a motorcycle had passed her on Bonanza Flats where signage was posted that motorcycles were prohibited.
- PCPD: In the Parking lot of the Boneyard Saloon, a concerned citizen called officers to say that a dog that was in a car had been barking for an hour.
- PCPD: A man was arrested for a DUI after crashing his car into a large landscaping boulder at the Top Stop gas station.
- PCPD: Neighbors in the Park Meadows neighborhood called the police to report that there was a loud garage band playing across the street with the garage door open.
- PCPD: A traffic stop was conducted where an A-frame barrier prohibiting automobile traffic was posted near Main Street.