Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies received reports of a series of vehicle break-ins over the weekend in Kimball Junction, with one victim losing more than $ 12,000 in items, reports show from the sheriff’s office.
On Sunday, MEPs received information of two break-ins that had occurred during the night. One happened in the parking lot of a hotel in Kimball Junction. MPs determined that a truck’s window had been smashed and more than $ 12,000 in merchandise was stolen. MPs said they had no suspects.
The other happened on Ute Boulevard and MPs said there was no sign of the vehicle breaking into the vehicle, although the victim said he locked the doors out of habit. The victim said he had lost several items. MPs said they had no suspects.
MPs received another report from the same area, this time of a stolen cargo trailer at Center Drive. The victim said it was stolen on Saturday. MPs said the trailer was parked in a commercial parking lot and had a hitch lock attached, which had been damaged and removed. MPs said they had no suspects, but on Sunday the stolen trailer was located in West Valley City and the owner was told how to recover it.
On Saturday evening, someone reported that someone entered their unlocked vehicle in a Kimball Junction business parking lot and stole several items of clothing. MPs said they had no leads.
According to the sheriff’s office, law enforcement responded to several other calls between Monday, September 27 and Sunday, October 3, including a $ 44,000 fraud involving a Kamas company and a stolen SUV that was found abandoned a few times. minutes later using an application from the vehicle manufacturer.
Saturday October 2
MPs arrested a 29-year-old woman in Park City on suspicion of impaired driving after responding to a single-vehicle rollover accident on Old Ranch Road. MPs said the woman appeared weakened and performed poorly on field sobriety tests.
MPs responded to a report of a vehicle being stolen from a hotel in Canyons Village. The owner was able to track the 2021 Ford Explorer using an app, and Park City police found it in good condition shortly after on Sidewinder Drive. The vehicle has been returned to the owner.
MPs received a report from a woman who had been swindled out of nearly $ 4,000 in a rental scam. The woman found a rental near the Canyons Village base area listed on Craigslist and contacted the listed person. The woman submitted a rental application with personal information and a deposit of $ 3,800. She then found the property on Zillow and the person stopped responding to her messages. MPs said the case would be referred to the Investigations Division.
A man from Summit Park reported that he was missing several power tools that had been stored in his garage. MPs said the theft had taken place within the previous week and had no suspects.
Friday October 1
MPs worked for a security post at a temple in Snyderville Basin.
MPs arrested a 26-year-old woman in Park City as she answered a call in the lower Silver Creek neighborhood for a pending warrant.
MPs said someone illegally gained access to an employee’s email account at a Kamas company and asked a customer to wire $ 44,000 to an account listed in the email. MPs said the case was still active.
Thursday September 30
Deputies presented in Montessori Soaring Wings and Little Miners schools.
MPs say someone stole a key fob from a Harley Davidson motorcycle while its owner was at a Jeremy Ranch convenience store. MPs said they had no suspects.
MPs responded to a hotel in Canyons Village for a domestic violence assault report. A man and a woman both said they were assaulted by the other person. The woman completed a written statement and a lethality assessment; the man refused to provide a written statement. MPs said the case would be referred to the Summit County District Attorney’s Office to seek charges.
A woman reported that someone stabbed a sharp tool in a door of her van, causing a small, deep hole. MPs said there had been no witnesses or surveillance footage.
Wednesday September 29
MPs responded in the parking lot of a Kimball Junction grocery store to a report of a stolen utility trailer containing $ 15,000 in DJ equipment. MPs said they had reviewed the surveillance footage, listed the trailer in a national stolen property database and would follow up on the case.
Tuesday September 28
MPs arrested 23-year-old Kamas on suspicion of impaired driving after stopping the vehicle he was driving on Browns Canyon Road. MPs said the man performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken to jail without incident.
MPs arrested a 30-year-old Californian for a pending warrant that called for extradition to that state.
Monday September 27
MPs responded to a Kimball Junction big box store with a vehicle break-in report. A woman reported that someone smashed the passenger window of her vehicle and stole her purse. MPs said they had no suspects.
MPs arrested a 29-year-old Georgian for executing an arrest warrant.