Calls for service made to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff Department (SCSD) for the week of October 25 – 31.
PCPD – A car owner reported that his 2007 BMW 530I was stolen within the past week from Comstock & Little Bessie. The vehicle had been parked in the area and the owner noticed tonight that it was missing
SCSD – Deputies were dispatched to a car theft in progress in Francis and when attempted contact with the suspect, he took off running. A wide search was conducted including other agency units and a sheriff’s office drone. The suspect, a Park City man in his 20s, was located hiding in the bushes/trees by the drone and the suspect was taken into custody without incident. The suspect was transported to jail on charges. Kamas Police, Utah Highway Patrol (UHP) Troopers, and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) assisted.
PCPD – After a Walmart shopper left her car unlocked and had personal items removed, the deputy learned there was an Apple Airtag in a missing backpack, which showed movement around Kimball Junction, and then into the Salt Lake Valley.
PCPD – Officers assisted UHP on a stolen vehicle with several runaway juveniles inside. The vehicle was stopped but then fled from the officer, only to be located a short time later. A few of the occupants ran but were quickly apprehended.
SCSD – A complainant reported that an unknown suspect contacted him via cell phone posing as one of the executives for the Park City company that he works for. The unknown suspect asked the complainant to purchase 16 google gift cards at $200 each ($3,200 total) and they had him text message them the gift card numbers.
PCPD – A mountain bike was taken from the Shadow Ridge Condominiums.
PCPD – Officers responded on an intoxicated/passed out male on Main Street. Officers located the man and had him assessed by Emergency Medical Services (EMS). He refused medical and obtained transportation from a friend in the area.
PCPD – Officers located an intoxicated male on Main Street. Once the man was medically cleared, he was booked into jail for intoxication.
PCPD – Officers gave small blankets to a group of women who stated they did not have blankets or heat in their rental at Shadow Ridge. They said they would continue to try to contact the renter and/or management.
SATURDAY: No incidents
PCPD – Officers made contact with an elderly female who was parked on the side of the road on Kearns BLVD. and Park Ave. The officer recognized signs of possible dementia and contacted her family who responded from Evanston and picked her up.