Police & Fire

Calls for service: Police and sheriff logs

Calls for service to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) for the week of January 17 – 23.


  • SCSO – Two Coalville men in their 50s got into a dispute over a car repair bill. A shop employee called the customer vulgar names and punched him. The customer told deputies, “words were exchanged,” and the two got in each other’s face and bumped chests.


  • SCSO – At Park City Mountain Canyons Base area, a woman who owns a cleaning company had cleaned three properties for a customer who had only communicated via phone and avoided talking in person. The customer then stopped talking to her after she requested payment. 
  • PCPD – A person was suspected to be sleeping in their parked car at the Park City Film Studio.


  • SCSO – 10 bales of hay were stolen overnight out of a barn in the town of Francis. The caller bales his own hay, valued at $18 each, and uses a pink bale string on one side and a green string on the other. The suspect was driving a truck with oversized mud tires. 
  • PCPD – Wednesday Construction equipment parked and/or staged on Daly Ave generated continued parking complaints.


  • SCSO – In the town of Oakley, an unknown person, later identified as a Kamas man in his 30s, got into the callers’ car and slowly backed it into another car. The driver showed signs of impairment and repeatedly advised deputies that he was, “drunk.” He refused to take a roadside sobriety test and was arrested for a DUI.
  • PCPD – A Deer Valley homeowner called when she saw an intoxicated man through her security cameras. Officers got him and brought him back to his own rental home in the vicinity.


  • PCPD – The liquor store on Snow Creek Dr. reported that an expensive bottle of whiskey was stolen.
  • PCPD – Staff at the Gorsuch store on Main Street called about an intoxicated man who ended up being the suspect in the theft at the liquor store earlier in the day. He had outstanding warrants and pushed officers away during his arrest.

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