Police & Fire

Calls for service: Multiple family altercations turn violent

Calls for service to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) and Park City Police Department (PCPD) for the week of April 11 — April 17.

Monday (4/11):

SCSO: Two unidentified male suspects entered the Post Office on Uinta Way and through deception, only paid for a small portion of the money orders they obtained. Video at the location was unavailable and there is no suspect information or investigative leads at this time. The Post Office notified the Postal Inspectors.


Tuesday (4/12):

SCSO: A women received court paperwork in regards to a collection agency taking civil action against her for an unpaid loan.  It appears an unknown suspect used the victim’s name and personal information to obtain a loan for $700 on June 17, 2019.  The amount owed was now up to $2720.88.  The money lending business has an office in Park City; however, it is not physically occupied by employees.  It appears the employees are working remotely.  Case will be forwarded to Investigations for follow up.


Wednesday (4/13):

SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to a possible domestic violence call between a father and daughter. The daughter had texted her mother that her father had punched her in the chest. Upon deputy arrival the daughter was visibly upset and was outside sitting in her mother’s vehicle. The father stated that he had not put a hand on his daughter. There was no visible evidence that the daughter had been punched, and medical was denied. The daughter went with her mother for the night.

SCSO: Traffic stop results in police pursuit on Rasmussen Road.


Thursday (4/14):

SCSO: Deputies received a call for a suspicious vehicle located at Meadow Loop Rd & Ptarmigan Loop. The vehicle was determined to be stolen out of Salt Lake City and Unified Police was notified. A handgun was then found in the vehicle, but it was not found to be stolen. The handgun was booked into evidence. Park City Tow responded and took possession of the vehicle as a hold for owner.

SCSO: Deputies responded a family fight near E. Spring Canyon Rd. When deputies arrived, all involved parties were interviewed using the help of an interpreter that lived upstairs. According to witness reports, two sons went after their father after a phone was taken away from one of the sons. A physical fight then ensued between the two brothers and their father. The case was sent to the County Attorney’s Office for prosecution.

SCSO: During a verbal argument, a 59-year-old Park City man admitted to placing his hand around a woman’s neck and pushing her against the wall.  Due to the suspect’s admission, he was arrested for domestic assault.

PCPD: Vehicle crash near Prospector and Bonanza Dr. causes power outage.


Friday (4/15):

SCSO: Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on W Silver Springs Rd on an SUV that was swerving in the roadway. A 32-year-old West Jordan man was found to be driving the vehicle. Upon initial contact with the driver, deputies could smell the strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. After a vehicle search was conducted, approximately four ounces of marijuana was seized. He was cited for the possession and released from the scene.

SCSO: Deputies responded to an auto theft incident near W Kilby Rd. A 2008 black BMW had been started and left running in the east parking lot of the apartment complex between the hours of 7:40 a.m. and 7:50 a.m. The victim observed the vehicle missing at 7:50 a.m. and contacted dispatch. Deputies were unable to locate the vehicle in the nearby area; however, the vehicle was recovered by SLCPD later in the shift; the vehicle was unoccupied at time of recovery. Complainant was contacted by SLCPD. Vehicle was removed from NCIC as stolen. No suspect information is available at this time.

SCSO: A 31-year-old Sandy, Utah man was stopped for speeding 77 mph in a 55 mph. The driver had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was transported to the Summit County Jail with no incident and was booked for DUI and speeding.

SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to a fraud call that occurred at the Fresh Market on Kilby Rd. The complainant believes he dropped his credit card in the store. After getting home, he got an alert that the credit card had been used. The store manager said he believes one of two males may have used the credit card. After the investigation was completed, there was no suspect information but a follow-up will be conducted by the investigating deputy.


Saturday (4/16):

SCSO: A vehicle was stopped for a speeding violation near Kilby Rd. The driver, a 23-year-old Park City man, did not have a valid driver license, the registration was expired over a year, and the vehicle was found to have no insurance. The vehicle was state tax impounded. The driver was issued a citation and provided a courtesy shuttle to his residence. Case cleared by citation.


Sunday (4/17):

SCSO: A 17-year-old cashed a check from an unknown person on Instagram. The check was sent through email, and it was found to be fake. The check was cancelled. The juvenile’s mother was notified. No further action taken at this time.

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