Calls for service to the Park City Police Department (PCPD) and Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) for the week of April 4 — April 10.
SCSO: A woman contacted SCSO in reference to a violation of a stalking injunction by a 41-year-old Midvale man. During the investigation, it was discovered that the man has been contacting the victim via telephone as of April 3. The male was then located in Midvale and taken into custody by UPD and turned over to a Summit County Sheriff’s Deputy. He was booked into SCSO Jail for stalking with a prior conviction. The man was interviewed, and he admitted to calling the victim and leaving a message on her cellphone on April 3. The deputy petitioned the court to set NO BAIL.
SCSO: A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle on SR 224 for no insurance. A 23-year-old Salt Lake City man was found to have active warrants and admitted to being in possession of cocaine. He was arrested and the vehicle was impounded.
SCSO: A complainant reported a possible theft involving his license plates after the plates had not been delivered to his home through the mail. The complainant stated the license plates were possibly taken during the mail theft at the Silver Creek mailboxes on March 12. The plates were listed NCIC and there is currently no suspect information to follow up on.
SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to an assault at Bout Time Pub and Bar. Upon arriving, officers separated both parties and minor injuries were reported. A 29-year-old Park City man claimed that a 28-year-old Massachusetts woman walked up to him and stomped on his foot and began yelling racial slurs at him. The 28-year-old woman alleged the victim was attempting to walk behind the bar area of the restaurant while the bartender was on break. Multiple witnesses gave different accounts of what happened. Because of conflicting stories, no arrests were made and no citations were issued. Deputies are waiting for video footage and will follow up. Case will be reviewed by the county attorney’s office.
PCPD: Four vehicles were cited for parking in a postal patrons only zone. No patrons were collecting mail at the time the citations were issued.
SCSO: Deputies responded to a multiple vehicle hit and run accident. The vehicle in question was located and stopped at the Canyon Creek Apartments where a 30-year-old Park City man was investigated for DUI and booked into jail on multiple charges including, DUI, Open Container, Failure to Remain at the Scene of an Accident, and Accident Involving Property Damage. The driver ended up hitting five different parked vehicles. A witness saw the incident happen and called the sheriff’s office.
SCSO: Deputies responded to a report of a domestic violence incident. A 29-year-old Salt Lake City woman became upset during a conversation about an upcoming trip. The woman allegedly struck the man multiple times on the face and upper body. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that probable cause existed to effect an arrest for domestic violence. The woman was located, arrested, and booked into the Summit County Jail.
PCPD: Five vehicles were cited for parking in a postal patrons only zone. No patrons were collecting mail at the time the citations were issued.
SCSO: A dump truck that was reported stolen from Salt Lake City was recovered behind the Jeremy Store. The truck and its trailing unit were left unoccupied at approximately 8:20 a.m. A security video showed a male that appeared to be 20-years-old, slim build, and medium height leaving from the direction of the truck. The male was wearing blue jeans, a gray shirt and had dirty blond hair. The male also had a tattoo on his left forearm. No evidence was located. The truck was released to its owner, the originating agency was notified, and the truck was taken off of NCIC.
SCSO: Deputies responded to an injury accident on Newpark Blvd. A 25-year-old Park City man’s vehicle hit a pedestrian in the crosswalk at what the driver claimed to be approximately 5mph. The pedestrian, a 62-year-old Los Angeles woman, was transported to the hospital via ambulance with a possible hip injury. The woman’s husband, who was with her at the time, said he believes his wife may have also bumped her head when she got knocked over. The driver of the vehicle was issued a citation for failure to yield to pedestrian in a crosswalk. There were no active cameras in the vicinity and no other known witnesses.
SCSO: Deputies received a call for a retail theft at Abercrombie and Fitch. Deputies spoke with asset protection. The employee stated an organized retail theft group stole $2,000 worth of cologne. This case will be forwarded to investigations.
SCSO: Deputies responded to the Rockport Twin Cove Campground for a male that was yelling and disturbing other campers. Upon arrival, a DNR Officer was speaking to the male, and the male refused to get out of the vehicle. The male refused to comply with deputy commands and actively resisted. The 37-year-old West Jordan man was taken to the Summit County Jail and booked for disorderly conduct, interfering, and intoxication.
PCPD: An apartment dumpster near Woodside Ave. and 15th St. was reported to be on fire with smoke coming out of the top.
SCSO: Deputies responded to East Canyon Trailhead for a report of an auto theft. The victim parked her vehicle at the trailhead at approximately 1:15 p.m. and when she returned from her hike the vehicle was gone. There is no suspect information. The vehicle, a white 2012 Honda Pilot, was listed stolen on NCIC. An additional vehicle burglary occurred at the same location is believed to be related.
SCSO: Deputies responded to multiple vehicle burglaries at Matterhorn and Parkview Dr. Windows were smashed on two cars and one purse was stolen. No suspects were found, and the victim did not have any fraudulent charges on her cards. Reports were made and info given to complainants. This case is likely related to an auto theft and vehicle burglary in East Canyon.
SCSO: Deputies responded to East Canyon Trailhead for a report of a vehicle burglary. The victim parked her vehicle at the trailhead at approximately 2:10 p.m. and when she returned from her hike the vehicle had been broken into and a package stolen. Deputies were already on scene when the victim arrived and discovered the vehicle burglary. There is no suspect information. This case is related to the auto theft that occurred at the same location.
PCPD: Three motorcycles were reportedly seen near the 13th and 14th hole of the Park City Golf Course.