Police & Fire

Calls for service: Catalytic converter thefts spike in Silver Creek Business Park

Calls for service to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office for the week of April 18 — April 24.

Monday (4/18):

SCSO: Several catalytic converters stolen at Silver Creek Business Park.


Tuesday (4/19):

SCSO: Over $2,000 worth of merchandise stolen from Coach store in Park City Outlets.


Wednesday (4/20):

No incidents were reported.


Thursday (4/21):

SCSO: A deputy was dispatched to a past occurred theft to be handled by telephone. Abercrombie & Fitch Loss prevention reported that after reviewing security video footage they became aware of a theft that occurred on April 16, 2022. A suspect stole a bottle of cologne while purchasing clothing. The suspect provided a phone number and email to obtain a loyalty rewards card. Loss prevention used the information to identify a possible suspect. The case will require follow-up from Investigations.


Friday (4/22):

SCSO: A complainant reported a stolen backpack that went missing on April 20, 2022 near the Holiday Inn on W Ute Blvd. The victim was working on obtaining the serial number for the laptop that was in the backpack. The Case will remain active and follow up will be conducted by reporting Deputy.

SCSO: A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle for multiple lane violations on US 40. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, a 23-year-old Heber City woman, displayed signs of impairment. She agreed to conduct SFTs but was uncooperative. After several opportunities to continue SFTs, she was arrested for suspicion of DUI.

SCSO: During an argument between a 23-year-old Oakley man and his girlfriend, the 23-year-old poured a cup of alcohol over the victim’s head and began to physically grab her which caused scratches and redness on her chest area.  The victim attempted to lock herself inside the bathroom when the man broke the door to enter the bathroom. He was arrested on DV related charges.

SCSO: During the previous domestic violence investigation, a 19-year-old Oakley man, who was intoxicated, attempted to interfere with deputies when they were detaining the suspect of the DV. Deputies ordered the 19-year-old numerous times to stay back but he continued to advance towards deputies when ordered not to due to his intoxication. He was arrested for disorderly conduct and intoxication.


Saturday (4/23):

SCSO: Sometime between 5:30 p.m. on April 22 and 9:00 a.m. on April 23, a cargo truck belonging to Habitat for Humanity had two catalytic converters cut and stolen near Silver Creek Dr. There are cameras on the building belonging to another business that was closed at the time of report. Reporting deputy will conduct follow up for surveillance video.

SCSO: A complainant near Trailside Dr. left his garage door open overnight. During that time, two males entered the garage and took approximately $1,300 of clothing and recreation equipment from his vehicles. The victim had a home surveillance camera that captured video of the incident. A follow-up will be conducted.

SCSO: Deputies responded to a vehicle burglary that occurred sometime in the early morning hours near N. Business Park Loop. The vehicle was accessed through the rear driver side door. The vehicle contained a large amount of power and hand tools with an approximate value of $1,000. There were no surveillance cameras in the area where the vehicle was parked, and no suspect information. A gray backpack and camouflage jacket were found in the area next to the vehicle. The backpack did not contain any identifying information and was booked as found property.

SCSO: Deputies responded on a past occurred vehicle burglary and theft of a property near E. Countryside Cir. The complainant said that at approximately 3:00 a.m. their dogs woke them from barking at something in the front yard. The yard was checked but no one was seen in the area. The complainant said later in the morning it was discovered that someone had gone through an unlocked truck in the front yard. Multiple cordless power tools were stolen. There is no video of the incident and no suspect information.


Sunday (4/24):

SCSO: A business called to report that a catalytic converter was stolen off their company van near Silver Creek Business Park. They have video surveillance of the area and will be checking it to see if it captured the incident and possible suspect information. Follow up will be conducted by the initial deputy.

SCSO: Deputies responded to a hit and run in the parking lot of Bout Time. The victim’s vehicle was backed into while it was parked. A witness saw the suspect vehicle back into the victim’s vehicle and was able to take a photograph of the plate. Photographs were taken of the victim’s vehicle, and they were given the case number. Follow-up for the other vehicle involved will be completed by the responding Deputy.

SCSO: Dispatch received a call for a possible intoxicated male driving on private property in Francis. Deputies arrived to find the sole occupant of the Jeep, a 33-year-old Sandy, Utah man, driving on the property. The male displayed signs of impairment, submitted to SFST’s, and performed poorly. He was arrested for suspicion of DUI. A search of the man’s vehicle produced a plastic bag in the center console containing psilocybin mushrooms. He was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked on charges.

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