Police & Fire

Police Log: Zumiez theft results in pursuit reaching Sugar House

Deputies attempted to stop the white Chevrolet Colorado near the McDonald's in Kimball Junction

Tuesday, Oct. 10


Summit County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a theft report at Zumiez in the Park City Outlets that had just occurred. While responding to the scene, deputies observed a vehicle matching the suspect’s car’s description near the McDonald’s in Kimball Junction. Deputies attempted to stop the white Chevrolet Colorado, which failed to yield, and a pursuit ensued. The pursuit continued onto I-80 westbound and into the Sugar House area where it was terminated due to being in a residential area. The truck was later found to be stolen out of California, and the case was forwarded to investigations.

Wednesday, Oct. 11


During a traffic accident investigation, deputies administered field sobriety testing to an individual involved who was behaving erratically. The driver subsequently failed the sobriety testing and was arrested for a DUI.

Friday, Oct. 13

Warrant of Arrest

During the apprehension of another individual on Bufflehead Drive, deputies observed a male displaying suspicious behavior. The individual was checked for warrants, and then took off on foot, initiating a short pursuit. The male was taken into custody without further incident, and was booked on multiple in-state felony and misdemeanor warrants.

Monday, Oct. 16


Deputies responded to a report of theft at the Walmart on North Landmark Drive. The suspect was observed exiting the store as deputies arrived and was identified by loss prevention employees. He was detained and an investigation was conducted,. He was subsequently arrested for theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and an active arrest warrant.

Tuesday, Oct. 17


Deputies established communication with the person reporting the incident, who claimed to have entered into a written arrangement with an extended family member in the previous year concerning a collection of diverse precious silver items. The complainant alleged that the said family member had transported these items to a refinery, where they were melted down and sold without obtaining the complainant’s consent. Despite making efforts to reach the suspected individual, the deputies were unable to do so either in person or over the phone. Theft charges will be considered for review.

Wednesday, Oct. 18


Deputies were sent to a home near Trailside Park in response to a potential domestic disturbance call. Upon arrival, the deputies engaged in conversations with both individuals involved. Following their discussions, it was revealed that the call pertained to a verbal dispute between a father, his adult child, and his girlfriend, which had arisen due to the son and girlfriend making noise in the home’s basement. Both parties consented to staying in their respective areas of the residence for the remainder of the evening.

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