Police & Fire

Calls for Service: Narcotics discovered during traffic stop

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah. — Calls for service to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) and Park City Police Department (PCPD) for the week of May 31 — June 5.


Tuesday (5/31):

SCSO: Video: Packages stolen from Summit Park home.

SCSO: The manager of a construction company advised that an employee had been fired from his job with the company on May 27 but still had possession of a company truck. The manager stated that they had tried to make contact with the former employee by phone and responded to his residence but were not able to make contact with him. The deputy called the former employee and left a message, but he never called back. Deputies from Davis County did an agency assist at the residence to look for the vehicle, but it was not there. The vehicle was listed stolen on NCIC.

SCSO: Man arrested after assaulting pregnant mother in Kimball Junction apartment.


Wednesday (6/1):

No incidents were reported.


Thursday (6/2):

PCPD: Park City Police arrest two women who stole $20K of clothing from Main Street businesses.

SCSO: A man reported that his 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe was stolen near Village Round Dr sometime between 10 p.m. and 9 a.m. 0n June 2. He also reported that a brand-new bike rack worth $450 was stolen from the trunk of his car. There were no witnesses or security footage. The car was listed NCIC and ATLs have been issued.


Friday (6/3):

SCSO: Deputies responded to a domestic violence incident in Summit Park where a male assaulted his girlfriend after she asked him multiple times to the leave the home. Upon investigation, it was determined that the male was the predominate aggressor. The male was transported and kept at a hospital due to a high level of intoxication. Deputies issued the male a citation for charges of Simple Assault DV, Intoxication DV, and Trespassing DV.

SCSO:  A 20-year-old Park City woman was stopped in her black Toyota Camry after deputies observed her front bumper dragging beneath her vehicle and leaking large amounts of fluids. Upon making contact with the driver, she was found to have a strong odor of alcohol, slurred speech, and difficulty maintaining her balance. The woman could not identify what she had struck with her vehicle but it was later discovered she’d hit a large boulder near TJ Maxx. The woman, who is under the age of 21, was arrested for a “not a drop” offense and failure to remain at the scene of an accident.


Saturday (6/4):

SCSO: A Suspect was stopped for a speeding violation. During the traffic stop, deputies noticed an odor of marijuana emitting from the interior of the vehicle. A probable cause search revealed a burnt marijuana joint and user amount of raw marijuana in the center console. A further search of the vehicle revealed a small baggie of an off white crystal like substance inside the suspects wallet that tested positive for narcotics.


Sunday (6/5):

No incidents were reported.

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