Police & Fire

Calls for service: PCFD responded to Kimball Starbucks and juvenile crime spikes

SUMMITY COUNTY, Utah. — Calls for service to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office and Park City Fire District for the week of May 9 — May 15.

Monday (5/9):

SCSO: Deputies responded to Walmart for a reported theft incident. When deputies arrived, Walmart loss prevention had detained juveniles in their security office for shoplifting. Parents were contacted and responded to Walmart. At the conclusion of the investigation, the juveniles were released to their parents with a juvenile referral for retail theft.

SCSO: Thief snags $900 worth of merchandise from Outlets Coach store.


Tuesday (5/10):

SCSO: Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident near Mahre Dr. During the investigation, contact was only made with one person. Deputies will conduct a follow up to make contact with the other person involved.


Wednesday (5/11):

SCSO: Deputies were dispatched to a hit and run near Lower Village Rd. The complaint was preparing to make a left-hand turn when a white Porsche SUV tried to pass on the left-hand side. The complainant’s vehicle then struck the rear back passenger side of the Porsche while the front driver side tire caused damage to the back passenger side and rear bumper. The Porsche then sped off and did not stop.

SCSO: Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident near Countryside Cir.  During the investigation, it was discovered that a 34-year-old Park City man placed the victim in a headlock and restricted the victim’s airway. The male was determined to be the predominate aggressor in the incident and he was taken into custody for aggravated assault.

SCSO: Deputies received a tip that someone had shattered the passenger side window of a vehicle at the Spring Creek Trailhead. Contact was made with the owner of the vehicle, and it was discovered that her purse was stolen during the incident. There are no video cameras in the area and there are no witnesses to follow up with at this time.

SCSO: Runaway juveniles wreck vehicle and vandalize cabins in Kamas.


Thursday (5/12):

SCSO: A deputy responded to an address near Old Lincoln Highway to speak with a female. She stated that on May 9, her husband pushed her to the ground and held her there so that she could not move. This resulted in the woman having several bruises on her body. Photographs were taken of the bruises, and a statement was filled out. The husband was unable to be contacted by phone and was not on scene at the time. Charges will be screened with the County Attorney’s Office.


Friday (5/13):

No incidents were reported.


Saturday (5/14):

PCFD: Emergency vehicles responded to the Starbucks at Kimball Junction after an oven started to overheat and was producing smoke. While there were a fair amount of customers inside at the time, nobody was injured and business resumed later that day.


Sunday (5/15):

SCSO: A deputy made contact via phone following a previously occurred theft. The complainant stated that a package containing a custom guitar pedal board valued at $4,000 was stolen in the complaint’s driveway shortly after it was delivered by FedEx. There were no known surveillance cameras in the vicinity of the theft. The pedals attached to the board are serialized and have been listed NCIC as stolen. There is no suspect information at this time.

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