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Calls for service: Police and sheriff logs

Calls for service made to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff Department (SCSD) for the week of October 4 – 10.

MONDAY: 

SCSD – Several active arrest warrants for narcotics were discovered regarding a Park City woman in her 50’s while she was parked at the Best Western in Coalville. Numerous stolen and fictitious identification documents and check printing paper were in the car along with a bag of methamphetamine on her person, numerous used syringes, and methamphetamine pipes.

TUESDAY: 

SCSD – The Ford Dealership reported that seven cars were missing catalytic converters.

PCPD –  A $7000 mountain bike was stolen.

THURSDAY:

PCPD – At a house on the street adjacent to the Park Meadows Country Club, a suspect engaged in a fight with her mother and two sisters. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail for multiple charges.

FRIDAY:

PCPD –  Traffic enforcement was conducted for “no-left turns” from Kearns Boulevard.

SATURDAY:

PCPD – Officers responded to a suspicious woman inside a massage parlor. She was looking for a place to stay.

PCPD –  An intoxicated male was issued a citation for Public Urination and Alcohol Consumption by a Minor.

SUNDAY:

SCSD – Search and Rescue (SAR) and Mounted Patrol were called out to actively look for an adult male that had been separated from his hunting party in the Unitas, by Henrys Fork. The Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR), US Forest Service, and Star 9 were also called out to assist. After hours of searching, he was located in good condition.

SCSD – Deputies responded to Henefer for a man in his 30s who left his house after a verbal and physical altercation with his family. He was ultimately located, admitted to hitting members of his family, and was booked into jail on multiple charges. There was a hunting rifle in his vehicle when he turned himself in, which was booked into evidence for safekeeping.

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