Wednesday, August 23
The complainants vehicle was left unlocked by the Matt Knoop Memorial Park, and when she returned to her vehicle her wallet containing multiple credit cards, drivers license, and a set of keys to her home were all stolen. The complainant called and cancelled all financial cards that had been stolen.
Thursday, August 24
Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling on the exit 145 eastbound on-ramp for an equipment violation. Upon contact with the driver and after running the driver’s license, the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle returned as an alcohol restricted driver and required an ignition interlock device in his vehicle. The driver did not have an ignition interlock device equipped. It was also revealed the driver had warrants out of Wasatch County. The driver was taken into custody and booked at the Summit County Jail.
Possession of fentanyl, methamphetamine and marijuana
A traffic stop was conducted on highway SR-32 near the Peoa Cemetery for a moving violation. Upon contact with the driver and during the traffic stop, it was found that the driver had a no bail warrant and the passenger had eleven warrants. The passenger admitted to having drug paraphernalia in the vehicle, and a subsequent search of the vehicle returned fentanyl, methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Both occupants of the vehicle were arrested for warrants, and possession of controlled substance and paraphernalia.
Friday, August 25
The complainant’s vehicle was keyed while he was eating inside the Red Rock Café between 6:30-9:20 p.m. No surveillance cameras were apparent in the area. The damage to the vehicle was photographed. The damage was on the front and rear driver’s side doors.
Saturday, August 26
Deputies responded to a reported theft incident on Pine Meadow Drive. According to the complaint, on August 21, a wifi-connected trail camera captured images of two unidentified men on his property. The males stole the complainant’s trail camera. The complainant had no knowledge on the identity of the men, and his neighbors claimed not to know them.
An alleged drunk driver was reported in the Kamas area by a concerned bystander who called the authorities. According to reports, the suspect car was speeding, flashing its high beams, and operating without any lights. Deputies found the car parked by the side of the road close to SR3-2 and Hilltop Road. Contact was established with the driver, who displayed signs of intoxication. The driver fared poorly on the field sobriety tests. She was detained and booked in the Summit County Jail on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving without insurance, and failing to produce her driver’s license when asked.
Sunday, August 27
Deputies responded to a previous theft at the American Eagle store in the Outlets Park City. Two females entered the store and stole multiple items. The females left the area in a black Honda Civic with no front or rear license plate.
An employee at the Sunglasses Hut on Landmark Drive reported that a female had stolen multiple pairs of sunglasses. A description of the suspect was obtained, and deputies circulated the area in an attempt to locate her. The suspect was not located and it is believed that she left the area in a vehicle.