An individual claimed a group of people were circling his car and attempting to get inside it in the parking lot of the Landmark Best Western
Saturday, Oct. 28
Deputies were alerted to a stolen license plate on Red Pine Road. A VIN check was conducted which revealed the vehicle was reported stolen out of South Jordan. The vehicle was towed and both the car and license plate were removed from the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
Wednesday, Nov. 1
Deputies were dispatched to North Forestdale Drive for a report of theft sometime between Oct. 27 and Oct. 30. An unknown suspect broke a tongue lock from a utility trailer parked in a parking lot. The single-axle utility trailer’s VIN was added to NCIC, and the deputies are working to find video coverage of the area in question.
Thursday, Nov. 2
Deputies responded to a medical emergency in the Walmart parking lot after an individual was found to be unresponsive. CPR and a defibrilator were administered by deputies before the arrival of medical personnel. The subject was loaded into an ambulance and transported to the University of Utah hospital.
Possession of methamphetamine
Deputies responded to a report of a man acting erratically and lying on the ground near the gas pumps at the 7-11 on Kamas’s Main Street. Deputies made contact with the individual, who consented to a search of his vehicle, which subsequently revealed several items of drug paraphernalia with residue indicative of methamphetamine in the vehicle as well as on the individual, in addition to an open alcohol container. He was placed under arrest and transported to jail without incident.
An individual claimed a group of people were circling his car and attempting to get inside it in the parking lot of the Landmark Best Western. The complainant stated that when he unlocked it the individuals dove into another car, a red mustang with tinted windows, and put a window shade up. Deputies found the vehicle with two occupants, and the driver was issued a citation for driving while suspended and the passenger was cited for use or possession of drug paraphernalia.
Friday, Nov. 3
Warrant for arrest
A pedestrian stop was conducted on a suspicious individual on Snow Creek Drive. A records check showed the male had an outstanding warrant for his arrest for a robbery felony. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to jail without incident.
Deputies were dispatched to a residence in Kamas after it was reported a male rolled his vehicle in the front yard of a home and was found to be unresponsive. Upon arrival, the male was found to be in possession of drugs, paraphernalia, and open alcohol containers. A DUI investigation was conducted; however, the suspect was cited and released to hospital staff as he needed further medical attention.
An alert was broadcasted for a possibly intoxicated driver on S.R. 40. Deputies located the vehicle and after an investigation, the driver was arrested for suspicion of DUI.
Deputies responded to a single-vehicle accident where the driver ran a stop sign and drove through a fence and into a field on Stephens Lane in Henefer. The driver was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.