Police & Fire

Police Log: multiple warrant arrests, attempted burglary

Monday, May 22


A High Valley Transit employee discovered the bus stop on West Rasmussen Road and North Jeremy Road, Park and ride, had been vandalized with graffiti. Deputies arrived on the scene and documented the graffiti, and provided High Valley Transit with a case number. There are no leads, evidence besides the graffiti, or suspects to follow up with.

Thursday, June 1

Warrant Arrest

Deputies apprehended a vehicle for a traffic violation on highway SR-224. The driver was found to have an outstanding warrant out for his arrest from Salt Lake County for retail theft and failure to appear in court. The driver was subsequently arrested and transferred to Summit County jail.

Friday, June 2

Attempted Burglary/Drug possession

Deputies received a call for an attempted vehicle burglary in Willow Creek Park, and the suspects of the attempted burglary were reported to flee in a black BMW sedan. Multiple BMWs were stopped near East Canyon, and one of the cars matched the description of the car that fled the attempted burglary. Upon pursuit of the vehicle, the male occupants attempted to throw drugs and burglary tools out of the moving vehicle. Both males were eventually arrested and booked on four separate charges.

Driving Under the Influence

A traffic stop was initiated on highway SR-32 Northbound after several traffic violations were observed. Deputies made contact with the driver, and deputies observed notable signs of impairment as well as the odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. The driver agreed to participate in standardized field sobriety tests which he performed poorly on. He was subsequently taken into custody for a DUI.

Saturday, June 3

Warrant Arrest

A registration check on a vehicle traveling on highway SR-40 Eastbound revealed an active warrant out for arrest from Park City’s Third District Court. Upon contact with the vehicle, the driver was confirmed as the owner of the vehicle. The odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on the breath of the driver after the arrest was conducted. No signs of impairment were observed, and the driver admitted to consuming alcohol. The driver was alcohol restricted and was issued a citation for the violation.

Sunday, June 4


A witness called on Springshire Drive, reporting that a man was screaming “violently” and a woman was sobbing. When the police arrived at the house, they discovered that the father and adult son had been arguing. Witnesses reported hearing the mother yell at them to stop. Both individuals had marks, and the available evidence made it impossible to identify a predominate aggressor. The son was detained for intoxication, and both men had an assault screening.


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