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 December 6 – 12.


SCSD – A man left a snowboard bag containing a snowboard and gear near his car in the Cabriolet parking lot at the Park City Mountain Canyons Village. The bag was unsecured as he went to the 7 -11, when he returned the bag was missing.


SCSD – Deputies were dispatched to a just-occurred theft at the Park City Vapor Shop at Kimball Jct. The suspect’s description was quickly recognized to be a Park City man in his 30s. The theft occurred less than three hours after his release on a previous felony booking. The male was located and booked into the Summit County Jail.


SCSD – The Holiday Hills hotel in Coalville reported two customers left without paying for their room with a charge of $900. Phone contact attempted by a deputy was as of yet unsuccessful.
SCSD – Deputies responded to a 911 call involving a Park City juvenile whose age was in the single digits calling to report their parents arguing. After an investigation, it was determined that the father had broken a glass top table in an angry outburst. The incident occurred with other young children present. The man was arrested and booked in Summit County jail on domestic violence charges. 
SCSD – Deputies responded to a report stating that the check a man receives at the first of the month every month in his mailbox at the Silver Creek community mailboxes had been stolen. He believed the check to have been stolen due to recent break-ins at the community mailbox. This investigation is ongoing. 
SCSD – Deputies were dispatched to the Tommy Hilfiger store at the outlets on a theft call. A man pushing a stroller was able to take $800 worth of t-shirts and enter a vehicle as a passenger. The vehicle had a license plate out of California.
SCSD – A deputy took an assault report at the Canyons base of Park City Ski Resort which had occurred on the Saddleback chairlift. Both involved individuals, as well as several witnesses, were spoken to. A Park City man in his 60s and a Cottonwood Heights man in his 30s got into an argument over the Park City man cutting the line for a lift. The Cottonwood Heights man called out the Park City man for cutting the line. They ended up riding the lift together where the argument continued. At some point, the Park City man backhand slapped the Cottonwood Heights man in the face. The altercation also made the Cottonwood Heights man lose his hat while on the lift. After exiting the lift, the Cottonwood Heights man requested assistance from resort workers. Ski patrollers contacted the Sheriff’s Office to handle the incident. The incident was witnessed by several people. Both parties were alleged to have been instigating the conflict. Charges will be screened by the Summit County Attorney’s Office.

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