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 February 14 — February 20.

Monday (2/14):

  • SCSO: While on routine patrol a deputy observed a gray F-150 Raptor traveling north on SR32 at a high rate of speed. The driver, a 44-year-old Woodland, Utah man, performed poorly on FST’s and was placed under arrest for DUI.

Tuesday (2/15):

  • PCPD: Officers investigated the alcohol offense at a local bar. Officers identified two of the suspects as a nineteen-year-old male and a seventeen-year-old female, who used fraudulent licenses to enter the bar. Officers are conducting follow-up on the case.

Wednesday (2/16):

  • SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to an auto theft. The complainant called dispatch to report that his friend’s vehicle had been stolen from the complainant’s driveway. He stated the vehicle was left unlocked and keys inside the vehicle. The vehicle was recovered in Salt Lake at Central Ave and West Temple by Unified Police. Unified advised that the vehicle was undamaged with the doors locked. Owner was contacted and was put in contact with Unified Police. No suspect information currently.
  • SCSO: Deputies responded to Redstone Center in reference to a vehicle burglary. The reporting party said that her window was smashed and her purse was taken in front of a store. A purse, Airpods, credit cards, and ID was taken. The credit cards were used at Walmart for more than $560, Suspect photos were taken from Walmart cameras. No other suspect info currently.

Thursday (2/17):

  • SCSO: A complainant called to report that during the previous night or early morning hours of the listed date, someone entered his job site and stole a generator, between two and three hundred gallons of diesel fuel out of heavy equipment, and 20 lb. of copper wire. There is no suspect information.
  • PCPD: Officers investigated a past assault involving an 18-year-old (victim) and 17-year-old (suspect). The case is currently active and under investigation pending an interview/statement with the victim.
  • SCSO: A traffic stop was initiated for a speeding violation. During the stop there was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the cabin of the vehicle. A subsequent vehicle search yielded various amounts of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and open containers that were found throughout the vehicle. The vehicle’s three occupants were issued citations for several criminal offenses and then released.
  • SCSO: A vehicle was traveling at 100+ MPH and driving on the shoulder. The vehicle was located at the 7-11. Deputies responded and saw drug paraphernalia in plain view and smelled the odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle led to more paraphernalia being found. The 30-year-old male was booked into the Summit County Jail without further incident.

Friday (2/18):

  • SCSO: A 23-year-old Park City man reported a single vehicle crash into a guardrail. The vehicle description matched a hit and run incident in Park City on 02/17. The damage to the car was inconsistent with the accident the 23-year-old described, and no scrapes, damage, or paint transfer were observed on the guard rail. The man provided a false written statement about the accident to obtain a report and defraud his insurance. He also placed a piece of detached bumper from the original crash at the scene as false evidence to the crash. The man was taken into custody on several charges.

Saturday (2/19):

  • SCSO: A complainant reported that he was notified remotely by his phone that his garage door was opened at 0251 while he was asleep at home.  The complainant went to investigate and found his garage door open and two mountain bikes missing from the same garage. The mountain bike’s total value was approximately $8,000. A review of home surveillance cameras showed one, possibly two male individuals in hoodies and masks entered the complainant’s unlocked vehicle that was parked in his driveway, retrieved the garage door opener, opened the garage door, entered the garage and emerged with both bicycles. Suspect(s) appear to have ridden the first bike a short distance out of view of the camera before coming back for the second. Identification of suspects is unknown at this time.

Sunday (2/20):

  • SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to a burglary call where an unknown suspect entered the complainant’s unlocked vehicle that was parked in the driveway. The suspect then used the garage door opener out of the vehicle and opened the garage that is attached to the home. The suspect removed two fat tire bikes out of the garage valued together at $3,300. There is no video surveillance and no suspect description at this time.
  • SCSO: At approximately 2:30 p.m. the Sunglass Hut reported a theft.  The complainant stated that there were two individuals (one male and one female) that pocketed several glasses and walked out. The manager stated that the Levi’s manager thought they were hit as well but did not have a very good description and no surveillance. The manager for Levi’s then informed the deputy that Adidas also got hit. An Adidas employee was able to follow the suspects outside and wrote the vehicle license plate down. The vehicle came back to a rental from Avis Budget Group. Surveillance evidence was collected from Sunglass Hut and Adidas. Adidas found that there were three suspects all together, two males and one female. The female had blonde hair and all three were Hispanic. It appears that the two suspects from Sunglass Hut are also the ones who hit Adidas. This will be documented and referred to investigations for further review.

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