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 18 – 24.


PCPD – A traffic stop yielded drug paraphernalia and drugs. The juveniles involved were referred to Juvenile Court for charges and released to parents.

SCSD – A theft, which occurred in previous days, was reported regarding a spare set of four Audi wheels and tires. Those were stolen from outside the caller’s Park City residence. She said the wheels were in open view, next to a storage shed, not locked up or secured.
PCPD – An intoxicated woman had been asked to leave one of the bars on Main Street but kept returning. Officers attempted to get her a ride from a friend with no success. The officer checked her and determined it would be best to have her transported for evaluation at the hospital.
PCPD – Officers searched for and found a car that could not maintain a lane and had run vehicles off the roadway. The vehicle was located on the shoulder of SR 224 near the white barn, where the driver was arrested for impairment.


PCPD – Several juveniles were trespassed from a convenience store after being caught for shoplifting.

PCPD – Shortly before dark, a car was burglarized across from the white barn on SR 224, where a window was broken, and items were taken.


PCPD – Officers responded to an intoxicated man who had fallen on Swede Alley near the liquor store. The male was assessed by EMS and released to a responsible party.

PCPD – Police took a “distraught” intoxicated female to the hospital after officers met with her on Marsac Avenue at the Sandridge parking lot.


PCPD – Officers responded to an intoxicated man at the bus stop on Snow Creek Drive. They arranged for a responsible party to care for him in lieu of arrest for intoxication.

PCPD – Officers responded to an intoxicated woman at the 900 block of Park Avenue. They were able to locate a responsible party to care for her in lieu of arrest for intoxication.


SCSD – Two adults were in the Summit County Sheriff’s Department parking lot disagreeing about a civil problem. During deputies’ investigation, the woman in her 30s from Roy was found to have several active arrest warrants. Once in custody, a search was conducted in which a syringe containing a dark-colored liquid was found in the purse and tested positive for methamphetamine. The woman was booked into the Summit County Jail on a possession charge and active warrants.


SCSD – Deputies investigated a single car that collided with a boulder on Echo Canyon Road. During the investigation, the driver, a man in his 50s from Coalville, admitted to falling asleep and going off the side of the road into the boulder. He was transported to a medical facility for evaluation, at which time he was issued a citation for driving with no insurance, no driver’s license, and failing to operate in a single lane.
SCSD – Several personal items were stolen from an unlocked car in the Canyons Base area. The suspects attempted to use a stolen debit card at the adjacent 7-11 store but were unsuccessful due to the fraud alert. 
SCSD – At the World Market, someone posing as an official of the retail store called into the store and had an employee empty the cash registers and purchase gift cards. The gift cards numbers were then read back to this imposter, and $1,7oo was transferred. 
SCSD – A man and woman entered the Park City Outlets Zumiez store; the man was carrying an open backpack; the woman attempted to conceal several items and then ran out the door. The woman dropped several items but was able to get away with a jacket valued at $170. A picture of the license plate was taken by the store employee.

SCSD – At the intersection of Kearns Boulevard at Comstock Drive, deputies searched for and found a reported, possibly intoxicated driver. The car was unable to maintain its lane, and a traffic stop was conducted. Upon contact with the driver, a man in his 20s from Park City, he appeared to be impaired and underwent a DUI investigation, for which the driver was subsequently arrested and booked into jail. 

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