Police & Fire

Police Log: high-speed chase reaches Wyoming, multiple drug charges

Wednesday, September 13

Possession of methamphetamine, fentanyl

During a traffic stop near Mister Car Wash in Kimball Junction, it was discovered that the driver had multiple warrants out for his arrest. During a search of the driver and his vehicle, deputies discovered user amounts of suspected methamphetamine and fentanyl. The driver was arrested and transported to jail without incident.

Warrant for arrest

Deputies were dispatched to a family fight incident on East Valley Drive. The complainant stated that her adult son had been arguing with her and throwing items. Deputies determined that no criminal activity had occurred, but after identifying the suspect it was discovered he had multiple active warrants for his arrest that were issued from a neighboring county. He was placed under arrest for the warrants and transported to the Summit County Jail without incident.


Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious incident of a vehicle had crashed through a fence and then the male driver had attempted to leave the area on foot. Deputies located the male and he exhibited behaviors consistent with being intoxicated. The suspect admitted to both drinking and driving his vehicle, and submitted to field sobriety testing which he performed poorly on. The driver was subsequently arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and transported to the Summit County Jail. A breath sample was collected, and revealed his blood alcohol content was over four times the legal driving limit.

Thursday, September 14

Possession of marijuana, intoxication

While on patrol, deputies located a vehicle parked at the Silver Creek Bell’s Sinclair with a warrant attached. A male pumping gas into the vehicle matched the description of the involved male in the warrant. Deputies made contact with the suspect, who was identified and arrested for the warrant. THC products were located inside the vehicle after the arrest, although the suspect was not seen driving the vehicle before deputies arrived and it is unknown if he was traveling alone. The male exhibited behaviors consistent with being intoxicated and a strong odor of alcohol could be detected on his person. He was booked on multiple new charges as well as the active arrest warrant.

Possession of a controlled substance

Deputies conducted a welfare check on a vehicle parked next to the Peoa cemetery. While checking on the car, psilocybin mushrooms were seen in plain sight. The occupant admitted that he had recently been in Colorado and had brought back marijuana and the psilocybin mushrooms. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail for two counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Possession of methamphetamine

Deputies received a report of an individual on parole was walking around Chalk Creek Road while high on meth. Contact was made with the male and he displayed behavior consistent with being under the influence of methamphetamine. The male admitted that he had used methamphetamine, and he was found to be in possession of a syringe that contained methamphetamine. He was subsequently taken into custody for intoxication and possession of a schedule 1 drug.

Saturday, September 16

High-speed pursuit

Multiple pursuits of a motorcycle were engaged throughout the course of the evening. The motorcycle was clocked exceeding speeds of 130 MPH multiple times throughout the pursuit in Summit County. The motorcycle continued into Wyoming where another pursuit was initiated by Wyoming Law Enforcement. The motorcycle then returned into Summit County, where deputies were observing the vehicle at a distance. The motorcycle eventually pulled into Phillips 66 in Coalville where the driver stopped for gas. The driver was subsequently surrounded and placed into custody without incident.

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