Police & Fire

Police Log: multiple retail thefts

An attempted car burglary at the Run-a-Muk parking lot prompted the dispatch of deputies as well

Thursday, Oct. 19

Warrant of Arrest

A positive National Crime Information Center hit was discovered on the identity of an occupant during a traffic stop on I-80 near mile marker 145. Washington State stated its intent to extradite, the warrant was validated, and the accused individual was apprehended without any issues.

Criminal Mischief

An attempted car burglary at the Run-a-Muk parking lot prompted the dispatch of deputies. When the complainant returned to her vehicle, she found a partially smashed window. Nothing was taken because the suspect was unable to get access. This case has been closed as a purely informative report.

Friday, Oct. 20


An earlier theft at Gorjana Jewelry was reported to deputies. On Oct. 14, a woman took a diamond tennis bracelet from a display and covered it up while a salesman was preoccupied. The theft was captured on camera, and the suspect was recognized by Pendry Hotel security personnel. It’s possible that the suspect is currently out of the state.

Warrant of Arrest

A concerned resident complained to dispatch about an increasing number of cars speeding on West Lower River Road. During an extra patrol in the area, a car was stopped for going nearly double the speed limit. The motorist was apprehended without incident after it was discovered that he had multiple outstanding in-state warrants.

Saturday, Oct. 21


A report of a previous theft was taken by deputies at a hotel on Frostwood Boulevard. Between 10:30 and 3:30 on Oct. 20, a few items were taken out of the complainant’s room. In response to a subpoena, hotel employees have compiled door entrance logs and will give them to law enforcement.


Between late September and Oct. 1, a custom wooden boat with a red-and-blue stripe and two Jackson kayaks were taken from a residence in Wanship. Every item has a serial number so it can be listed on the National Crime Information Center but there aren’t any suspects at this time.

Sunday, Oct. 22

Fatal Accident

Deputies were called to a rollover accident on SR-224 northbound. A man was declared dead at the scene after being ejected from his car during the collision. The other driver involved sustained non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to the University of Utah. In order to allow for more investigation into the incident, this case is still open.

Wednesday, Oct. 25


A dirt compaction tool was stolen from a parked trailer on Tuesday, Oct. 24 at approximately 5:30 a.m. from the Triumph building on Silver Creek Drive. Using a cutting tool, the suspect severed the chain and secured the tool. A white minivan is being driven by a bald male suspect. Efforts are underway to provide an officer with additional footage.

Thursday, Oct. 26


A possible injury accident was reported, and deputies responded to the incident on Old Lincoln Highway. According to the complaint, a car had veered off the road and was now in a ditch beside the road. When the deputies arrived, they spoke with the driver of the car. Because the car had prescription drugs in it and the driver showed signs of impairment, and did poorly on sobriety testings, the driver was arrested.

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