Calls for service: Police and sheriff logs

Calls for service to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff Department (SCSD) for the week of October 11 – 17.


PCPD – Officers responded to several fallen trees in the roadways due to the heavy snowfall. They spent a considerable amount of time removing trees, debris, and road hazards from roadways in several locations.


SCSD – A homeowner near the “Blue Roof” convenience store on SR 224 reported that one of his road bicycles had been taken from his unsecured garage. 
SCSD – A Salt Lake Valley man in his 30s was cited in a hit-and-run that happened at the gas station in Silver Creek. The victim pulled into the parking lot to get gas and the pumps were full so they waited for a spot to open when the suspect backed out of the gas pump and into the victim’s car. The suspect left the scene with the victim following while the victim dialed 911. The victim followed the suspect for approximately 10 minutes before he stopped on Rasmussen Rd., near SR 224. The passenger of the suspect vehicle jumped out of the vehicle and took off on foot but was later located. The driver was cited for driving with a revoked license and leaving the scene of an accident. 
SCSD – Deputies responded to a rural road at Echo Reservoir after an intoxicated man was requesting help when his truck and trailer became unhitched. Upon contact, the man was asked for his identification multiple times which he refused to provide.  The Coalville man in his 30s was determined to be intoxicated and was taken into custody. During a vehicle search incident to arrest multiple open containers were located.  The male was booked into the jail with multiple charges. 


PCPD – Multiple calls came in complaining of individuals stopping on the shoulder of SR 224 to take pictures of local wildlife.


SCSD – In the Business Park Area North East of Quinns Jct., an employee at a local business reported seeing a younger white male steal one of the company’s trucks in the early morning. Deputies were unable to locate the car after circulating the area.


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