Police & Fire

Man charged with attacking women in hit-and-run crashes under investigation for Park City incident

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Anh Duy Pham, 26, already facing multiple felony charges for his alleged role in a series of intentional hit-and-run accidents targeting women in Salt Lake County, is a possible suspect in a similar incident in Summit County.

According to Sgt. Felicia Sotelo of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, a woman was struck from behind by a car while walking on Sunpeak Drive on March 5. The vehicle fled the scene. The injured woman was then transported to an area hospital for treatment.

Sgt. Sotelo confirmed that Pham is a potential suspect but could not provide any further details as the investigation is ongoing.

Salt Lake County Charges

In a separate case, Salt Lake County prosecutors charged Pham with six counts of attempted murder, among other felonies, linked to four distinct hit-and-run episodes that occurred between August 2023 and March 2024. These attacks, deemed “predatory targetings” to KSL by Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill, involved six women and were connected through investigative work by the Salt Lake City and Sandy City Police Departments.

Pham was arrested on March 13 after police found him in a white Toyota Avalon at Liberty Park, a day after the most recent reported incident.

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