Police & Fire

Calls for service: Intoxicated man discharges handgun, Roomba robber booked

Calls for service to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and the Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) for the week of February 28 — March 6.

Monday (2/28):

  • SCSO: Deputies performed a traffic stop on a vehicle for no insurance; during the traffic stop the odor of raw marijuana was detected protruding from the vehicle. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle did not possess a medical marijuana card. A vehicle search revealed user amounts of marijuana and THC products. The driver, a 35-year-old Salt Lake City man, was issued a criminal citation for the violation and released.
  • PCPD: Officers stopped an intoxicated male on Main Street after he inadvertently broke a window of a business after attempting to sit on a window seal. Officers were unable to reach the business owners at the time. The case is active pending follow-up.
  • PCPD: Officers arrested a local man for multiple Summit County Justice Court arrest warrants after he was located drinking inside his vehicle in a local grocery store parking lot.

Tuesday (3/1):

  • SCSO: A vehicle burglary occurred at a location in Coalville. The complainant stated that throughout the night/morning an unknown person stole his wife’s wallet out of their unlocked vehicle.  The complainant stated that they had fraudulent charges at the Home Depot and Walmart in West Valley City. The complainant does not have security cameras and there is no evidence or description of the suspect.

Wednesday (3/2):

  • SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to a theft call at Space Place Storage. Three units at the facility had the latches cut off, and units look as if broken into.  At this time, it’s unknown what items have been taken or when the theft occurred. It is also unknown if the surveillance recorded any video footage. The camera was found to be covered with a black snow hat.
  • SCSO: A motorcyclist was located on SR224 near Chevron gas station. A caller reported the male driver may be intoxicated. A traffic stop was initiated after he began driving in the wrong direction. SFST’s were partially conducted in which the rider performed poorly. He was subsequently arrested and booked on DUI and driver license status charges.
  • PCPD: Officers responded to a moose at the high school that has recently been frequenting the school grounds. DNR responded, tranquilized the moose, and relocated it out of the PC area.

Thursday (3/3):

  • SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to an auto theft call. Deputies spoke with the complainant, who stated that their vehicle was parked in the driveway. Doors were left unlocked, and keys were inside the 2022 Toyota Prius. The vehicle was last seen in the driveway at 1:30 that morning. The complainant also stated that her bag and wallet were stolen from the vehicle. In the wallet were her driver’s license, one debit card, and one credit card. The credit card was used to make a purchase in Smiths located in Salt Lake County and a 7Eleven gas station also located in Salt Lake County. At this time, there is no suspect information or description. The vehicle has been listed on NCIC as stolen.
  • SCSO: Deputies responded to Daybreaker Dr. for a report of a vehicle burglary, home burglary and auto theft. It was reported that sometime after 5 p.m. on Wednesday and before 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, unknown persons broke into a vehicle parked in the driveway of the residence and used the garage door remote to enter the garage and steal a Toyota 4Runner that was parked inside. There is no suspect information and no video. The vehicle was listed on NCIC.

Friday (3/4):

  • SCSO: Deputies responded to an attempt to locate a suspicious vehicle with the complainant and witness following the vehicle.  Deputies located the same vehicle, initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the driver. The Driver, a 21-year-old Salt Lake City woman, was determined to be driving under the influence of alcohol. She was placed under arrest and transported to Summit County Jail. Vehicle was state tax impounded.
  • PCPD: Officers were dispatched to a suspicious circumstance on Woodside. The complainant could see a man throwing things on his porch on his doorbell camera. When the complainant asked the male to leave, through the door camera, the male became verbally aggressive. While looking for the male, officers located a female who appeared to be trying to get away from a male. When approached, the male became verbally abusive and spat on the officer. The male was taken into custody.

Saturday (3/5):

  • SCSO: Deputies responded to a suspicious circumstance.  The complainant reported he believed his neighbor discharged a gun in his direction while walking his dog.  Contact was made with a 57-year-old Summit County man who was intoxicated and hostile towards law enforcement.  The man refused to discuss the incident; however, evidence of a spent shell casing was observed indicating a firearm was recently discharged.  The man actively resisted arrest.  He was found to be carrying a fully loaded handgun on his person while intoxicated.  The male was transported to Summit county Jail for booking.

Sunday (3/6):

  • SCSO: Deputies responded to a hotel on W Canyons Resort Dr. for reports of a male found asleep, face down on the ground, near the elevator. During the investigation signs of intoxication were observed and the male failed to disclose his identity. The male was arrested for intoxication and failure to disclose his identity. The 28-year-old Kansas City, Missouri man was transported to Summit County Jail without incident. After further investigation the suspect was later identified.
  • SCSO:  A 28-year-old Draper man and 24-year-old Draper woman attempted to walk out of Best Buy without paying for a $999.99 Roomba vacuum.  They presented an old receipt to Best Buy staff which was from a purchase of Pokemon cards.  The couple were greeted by awaiting deputies as they were exiting the store and taken into custody. The couple are married, and information was presented that they have been involved in other similar thefts in other jurisdictions.  The male had several theft convictions that enhanced the charge of theft to a felony.  He also had three outstanding warrants for his arrest. Both parties were booked into the Summit County Jail without incident.
  • PCPD: A construction crew left a portable heater running in a house under construction. The heater caught a plastic container on fire. PC Streets Department happened to see the fire and contacted fire/police. The fire was quickly put out by the fire department.

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