The Summit County Sheriff’s report

Deputies arrested a 39-calendar year-aged Oakley girl Tuesday on suspicion of aggravated assault soon after she pointed a loaded shotgun at a 36-12 months-aged Oakley guy within their house, according to a report from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies indicated the female and male were being fighting about separating and living preparations. In the course of the argument, the lady threw a glass lantern at the man and, while he was cleansing it up, the lady went upstairs and designed comments about burning down the house whilst he was inside.

The gentleman heard what sounded like the woman rustling with shotgun shells and he distanced himself from the stairs as she came down, in accordance to the report. He observed she was keeping a shotgun when she arrived downstairs and then viewed as she opened the weapon and loaded two 20-gauge shells into it in advance of pointing the gun at him, according to the report.



The male fled to a neighbor’s property and referred to as 911. Deputies indicated the female was arrested with out incident.

In accordance to the Sheriff’s Office environment, legislation enforcement responded to a number of other calls amongst Monday, Sept. 20, and Sunday, Sept. 26, like a hunter capturing into the ground through an argument about an elk with a fellow hunter and a person residing in a household in Thaynes Canyon that was set to be demolished.



Sunday, Sept. 26

Deputies pulled around a driver on Interstate 84 who was touring 92 mph in a 70 mph zone. Deputies cited the 24-year-previous Texas gentleman for possession of marijuana after smelling the drug and then exploring the car or truck. The driver was released.

Deputies obtained a report of various people trespassing on land in close proximity to Bitner Ranch Highway and getting pictures of elk in the region. Deputies instructed the folks they had been on non-public assets and they remaining with out problem.

Deputies responded to Coalville for a report of domestic violence. The two individuals concerned gave conflicting stories and deputies did not figure out the principal aggressor. The incident transpired in the presence of the couple’s 8-calendar year-aged son and deputies indicated they would ahead the situation to the Summit County Attorney’s Business to display for charges.

Deputies were told of a driver brandishing a gun during a street-rage incident on Kilby Road. Deputies observed the 21-calendar year-old man and searched the vehicle, locating that he did not have a gun and experienced been keeping a cellular phone in his hand.

Saturday, Sept. 25

Deputies labored a very little league football activity in Oakley.

Summit County Research and Rescue crews have been notified of a gentleman perhaps obtaining a clinical concern in close proximity to Norway Flats in the Soapstone place. They located the guy in excellent problem.

Look for and Rescue crews and the Mounted Patrol were referred to as out for a report of a missing woman who turned separated from her partner while mountaineering in the Cuberant Lake location. A passerby located the lady in great health and fitness a small time right after the phone.

Look for and Rescue crews and a helicopter crew responded to the Kings Peak space for a report of a hiker who did not return when scheduled. They found the person mountaineering out of the region in great health and fitness and escorted him again to the trailhead.

Friday, Sept. 24

Law enforcement officers recovered a car in Cottonwood Heights that had been stolen Monday from a parking great deal in the Canyons Village base location. The automobile was abandoned. Officers experienced the auto towed and detailed the missing license plates on a nationwide databases of stolen merchandise. Deputies indicated they notified the proprietor and that they did not have a suspect.

Deputies had been called to a Canyons Village hotel for a report of a 40-yr-old man who experienced died. The man’s mom named and said she found him unresponsive in their hotel room. The male was in evident very good overall health and did not have recognised medical situations. Deputies indicated the death did not surface suspicious, that the case was even now energetic and that they would forward it to the Investigations Division.

Deputies stopped a vehicle driving on Interstate 80 concerning Kimball Junction and U.S. 40 for having registration that expired in April. They impounded the car or truck and cited the driver.

A automobile stolen in Summit County was recovered in Salt Lake City. Deputies indicated they contacted the owner and did not have data about a suspect.

Deputies received a report of a man remaining illegally in a household in the Thaynes Canyon region that was established to be demolished. A contractor found the man and the home operator requested the guy be removed from the dwelling but not be cited or charged. Deputies indicated the guy remaining the home.

Thursday, Sept. 23

Deputies stopped a car or truck in Coalville that appeared to match the description of a car or truck owned by somebody who experienced exceptional warrants. Deputies arrested the 45-year-outdated Coalville gentleman who was driving the auto after obtaining he experienced superb warrants.

Deputies responded to Tollgate Canyon for a report of a loved ones struggle. They found a female on the highway and realized that she had gotten out of her boyfriend’s automobile immediately after they experienced an argument. Deputies accompanied the girl to the boyfriend’s cabin to retrieve her belongings and then drove her to a area lodge for the evening.

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Deputies arrested a 28-12 months-previous Kamas lady soon after responding to a Kamas property and acquiring she was screaming at her aunt and grandmother. Deputies indicated the female was keeping there as a visitor and that the homeowner wanted her to go away. Deputies tried to get the lady to leave willingly, but she refused and would not stop creating a disturbance, so they arrested her on suspicion of disorderly conduct and trespassing.

Deputies acquired a report of a dispute among hunters that happened the earlier working day in close proximity to the Smith and Morehouse Reservoir. The 21-12 months-previous Springville gentleman who documented the incident stated he was arguing with a further hunter about who shot an elk and would be able to harvest it when the other hunter retrieved a firearm from his truck and fired it into the floor. The Springville person explained the male and a automobile he perhaps owned. Deputies indicated the circumstance was shut owing to a deficiency of information about the suspect.

Monday, Sept. 20

Deputies arrested a 45-12 months-outdated Park Town female on suspicion of DUI immediately after getting instructed of a automobile remaining driven by an intoxicated driver. They identified the motor vehicle and pulled it about in the Highland Estates neighborhood. Deputies indicated the driver appeared impaired and performed badly on subject sobriety assessments.

A 55-yr-aged Kamas gentleman doing work at a lodge at the Canyons Village foundation area claimed his auto was stolen. He had left it unlocked with the keys on the floorboard although at get the job done. The vehicle was recovered in the Salt Lake Valley afterwards in the week.

Deputies cited a 33-calendar year-outdated Salt Lake Town gentleman for possession of marijuana and a targeted visitors violation after pulling in excess of the auto he was driving in Coalville for a slight traffic offense. Deputies indicated the car smelled strongly of cannabis and the driver handed a joint to the deputy who pulled him around.

Deputies responded to Coalville for a report that someone had broken into a do the job trailer and stolen hundreds of dollars worthy of of design tools. Deputies indicated they would comply with up.

Deputies indicated a man’s vehicle was burglarized when he was browsing in Kimball Junction and thieves stole a backpack made up of a laptop and a drone. Deputies indicated the male returned to his auto to uncover the alarm going off and the backpack missing. Deputies indicated the scenario was energetic and that they would stick to up.