Police Log: Real estate fraud, possession of methamphetamine

Monday, November 28


A 35-year-old Summit County man was jailed for two hours after being arrested by detectives for a weapon crime and other related charges. Following his release, the man returned to his house and immediately started harassing his neighbor, driving his OHV back and forth along the victim’s property line. The victim was instructed to note and document further interactions and incidents with the individual. The victim plans to leave her home out of fear for her safety and avoid dealing with the man in the future.

Tuesday, November 29

Possession of Methamphetamine

Deputies were alerted of a suspicious vehicle stuck near Toll Creek Road’s end. A 44-year-old Salt Lake City man and a 43-year-old West Valley woman both had active statewide warrants. The pair were arrested for previous charges and transported to the Summit County jail without incident. The Salt Lake City man was charged with possessing drug paraphernalia and a controlled substance. While conducting vehicle inventory, methamphetamine and paraphernalia were located in the vehicle.

Accident Injury

A 28-year-old Wanship woman was traveling south on Coalville’s Main street when she lost control of the vehicle and left the roadway. The woman’s car rolled and caused significant damage to her vehicle and a fence near the roadway. The woman sustained a minor injury to her hand but was medically cleared on the scene. The fence owner was notified.

Suspicion of Fraud

The Park City Board of Realtors’ Chief Operating Officer reported multiple properties listed for sale in Summit County “By Owner” on Zillow. The COO has been contacted by the actual homeowners stating they are not selling their property. Investigations are aware of the details of this case and are in the process of contacting Zillow to see how properties are being listed for sale without the knowledge of property owners. The investigation is ongoing.


Deputies responded to a report of theft at the Sunglass Hut in Kimball Junction. Employees stated that two unidentified males entered Sunglasses Hut, quickly grabbed approximately nineteen pairs of sunglasses from the racks, and exited the store. The complainant provided vague descriptions of the suspects and their vehicles. The complainant is working on inventorying the glasses to provide accurate descriptions and prices of the items taken. Further follow-up will be conducted when the complainant can give more information.

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