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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 November 1 – 7.

MONDAY:

SCSD – A Pinebrook neighborhood resident was notified that their previously reported missing car had been found by the Salt Lake City Police Department.
 
SCSD –  Off Bitner Rd. in Kimball Jct., a resident reported that a $3,500 mountain bike was stolen out of a detached, open garage sometime in the last two months.
 
TUESDAY:
 
SCSD – In the Bear Hollow neighborhood,  a resident reported that an $8,500 electric bike was stolen out of an open garage. 
 
SCSD – Deputies observed a suspicious vehicle at the Round Valley Trailhead parking lot off Old Ranch Road. Upon contact, the sole occupant, a 16-year-old juvenile male was observed consuming marijuana. The vehicle was searched and raw marijuana, several items of paraphernalia, nicotine products, and alcohol containers were located. The juvenile was issued a referral and released to his parents. The vehicle was also released to the juvenile’s parents.
 
WEDNESDAY:
 
SCSD – Search and Rescue (SAR) was called out for a “Cold Exposure” at the top of Mnt. 9990 of the Canyons at Park City Mountain. The caller had been trail running, became cold, and called for assistance. Emergency Medical Services (EMS)’s backcountry unit responded and requested SAR to be paged. Ultimately EMS was able to locate and assist the victim off the mountain. SAR then was canceled.

PCPD – Officers responded to a suspicious car in which a man was found sleeping behind the Silver Mountain Sports Club.

SCSD – While on patrol, a deputy observed a car at the Rail Trail trailhead parking lot in Wanship. The car’s registration was expired by over a year.  The car then pulled out of the parking lot and onto the eastbound on-ramp of I-80 where a traffic stop was initiated. When the car yielded, the driver was informed of expired registration and the deputy’s intent to impound the vehicle.  The driver consented to a search of the vehicle.  Deputy K9, Hunter, was deployed prior to the search of the car and indicated for narcotics on the front passenger door.  A search was conducted of the car and multiple controlled substances were found along with paraphernalia.  The Coalville woman in her 30s was placed under arrest and transported to Summit County jail.  

SATURDAY:

SCSD – A traffic stop was initiated on I80 after a vehicle was observed traveling at 98 MPH in a 65 MPH zone. During the stop, a passenger was identified as a Murray man with an active statewide warrant out for his arrest for domestic violence aggravated assault.  The man, in his late teens, was taken into custody for the warrant and the driver was released with a citation.
 
SCSD – A traffic stop was initiated on Highland Dr. after a records check on a 2006 Chevrolet Impala revealed that the vehicle was not insured, and its registration was expired.  The vehicle was impounded. Multiple open alcohol containers were observed in plain view.  The driver, a Park City man in his 30s, was released with a citation for the alcohol offense and several other traffic-related offenses.
 
SCSD – A bike was stolen off of a car at the Powderwood Apts.
 
SCSD – On Red Hawk Trail Road, between the Jeremy Ranch and Glenwild neighborhoods, deputies responded to a report of a suspicious car. Upon contact, it was found to be occupied by two juveniles; one 17-year-old male and one 17-year-old female, both from Park City, consuming marijuana. A search revealed marijuana, paraphernalia, psilocybin mushrooms, tobacco products, and alcohol. Juvenile referrals were issued, and the juveniles were released to their parents. 
 
SUNDAY:
 
SCSD – Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the Willow Creek Park parking lot. Upon contact, two vehicles were identified containing five juveniles; two 16-year-old males, one 15-year-old male, and two 14-year-old males, all from Park City. There was a “pungent” order of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search of the first vehicle revealed alcohol and marijuana vape devices. The second vehicle search revealed marijuana and paraphernalia. Juvenile referrals were issued, and the juveniles were released to their parents.
 
SCSD – An attempt to locate a possibly suicidal man was aired out of Weber County. Further information was received that the Davis County man in his 20s, was possibly in the Whitney Reservoir area of Summit County’s Uintah Mountains. Deputies responded and located him. He was intoxicated and admitted to being suicidal. The man was voluntarily transported to a medical facility by deputies and his sister picked up his pickup. 
 

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