Lone Peak Police had a total of 127 calls for service for the week. This is from 0001 hours on 07-30-12, until 2359 hours on 08-05-12. Here is a list of the more serious incidents.These calls do not include calls such as suspicious incidents, frauds, abandoned 911s, animal control and various other day to day incidents we respond on Monday 07/30/2012
An officer stop a vehicle in Highland after running a registration check and finding no insurance on the vehicle. The officer made contact with the driver who claimed they had just obtained insurance with a major insurance company. The officer called the insurance company who advised the individual or vehicle was not insured with them. The driver was confronted with this information and admitted to not having insurance. The driver was then cited for no insurance and the vehicle was impounded state tax.
An officer stopped a vehicle in Highland after running a registration check and finding the vehicle's registration was revoked and it had no insurance. Upon speaking with the driver, he admitted the vehicle had no insurance. The driver was also found to have a suspended license. The officer noted the registration returned to a female. A female in the passenger seat was found to be the registered owner and had several warrants. Subsequently, the female was arrested on the warrants and booked into jail. The driver was cited for revoked registration, no insurance and driving on a suspended drivers license and the vehicle was impounded state tax.
An officer was dispatched on an abandoned 911 call at a residence in Highland. The officer arrived at the residence and met with a female. The female advised her ex-husband had just left and they had been arguing, it got heated, she tried to call 911 and he took the phone by twisting her wrist and hung it up. Children were present at the time. The male party was also interviewed and gave a similar but different account of what occurred. Charges are going to be forwarded to the prosecutor for Interference of a communication device, Domestic violence assault and Domestic violence in the presence of a child.
An officer responded to an address in Highland on a vehicle burglary call. The officer arrived and met with the complainant who advised during the previous night, someone had got into the engine compartment of his vehicle and stole his distributor cap. No other items were reported missing. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer took a walk in report at the Highland police station of a stalking. The female wanted to report she believed she was being stalked by a male she had went on one date with 12 years prior. The female appeared to be delusional and paranoid and has a history of such activity.
An officer stopped a vehicle traveling through Highland for speeding. Upon contact with the driver, the officer observed signs that the driver may be impaired by drugs, alcohol or both. While performing Field Sobriety Tests, a glass pipe fell out of the driver's pocket. At this point, the officer took the individual into custody. Upon a search incident to arrest, Methamphetamine was located on the driver. The driver consented to chemical tests and initial results showed positive for several drugs. The driver was booked into jail on several charges including felony DUI for having two or more prior DUI's within a 10 year period. The vehicle was impounded state tax.
At approximately 0620 hours an officer was dispatched on a public peace call in Highland. The complainant advised construction workers were being loud. The officer arrived and met with the foreman. He advised the foreman of the noise ordinance being enforced until 0700. The foreman advised he would delay any work causing noise until that time. The complainant was contacted and happy with the outcome. No charges will be issued.
An officer was dispatched to meet with an Alpine resident regarding a burglary to his garage. The individual advised that within the past month he has had several items taken from his garage. He was unsure exactly what date it had occurred, had no serial numbers for the equipment and believed entry was made through his unlocked garage man door. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer was dispatched to a vehicle theft in Highland. The complainant advised that he believed he had seen his vehicle last the day prior. Speaking with the complainant the officer learned the complainant had some work done to his vehicle several days prior in American Fork, but the complainant didn't believe the vehicle would be there. The officer drove to the business where the work had been done and located the complainant's vehicle.
An officer stop a vehicle traveling through Highland for a improper turn. The officer met with the driver and upon running a records check, found the driver had a suspended drivers license and a warrant out of Alpine. The officer was able to collect bail on the warrant. The driver was then issued a citation for driving on a suspended drivers license and released. The bail was then processed and booked at the police station per departmental policy.
An officer was dispatched on a theft call in Highland. The officer arrived and found a bicycle had been taken off of the victim's property. The victim advised the bicycle had been parked outside her garage. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer was dispatched on a juvenile problem call in Alpine. A resident was reporting two juvenile males trespassing on a neighbor's property. The area where the juveniles were, a duffel bag was located with beer inside. One of the juveniles was located in the area hiding. The juvenile was found to be a runaway. The runaway advised he was given the beer by the other juvenile who lives in the area. The runaway was cited for possession of alcohol and the other juvenile will be referred for charges. The runaway was then turned over to his parents.
An officer was dispatched on a theft call in Alpine. The reporting party advised while up at sliding rock in Alpine, their two bikes were taken from where they were below the area. Several witnesses saw two males with the bikes leave the area. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer stopped a vehicle traveling through Highland for speeding. The vehicle displayed a dealer license plate. Upon running the dealer plate, the officer found it was invalid and returned as having been "lost." The driver was also unable to provide any proof of insurance on the vehicle. Subsequently the vehicle was state tax impounded and the driver cited.
An officer was dispatched on a threatening detail in Highland. The officer found an individual had made threats towards employees at a business in Highland. The individual was located and remained belligerent. The individual was arrested and booked into jail on several charges including terroristic threats.
An officer was dispatched on an assault call in Highland. The officer found an individual had locked her keys in her vehicle. She advised a locksmith was contacted, responded and unlocked her vehicle. She said he then tried to overcharge her. When she asked to speak with his supervisor he became belligerent and attacked her. The suspect left the scene before officers could speak with him. This is an ongoing investigation.
Officers were dispatched on the report of a suicidal male in Alpine. The indvidual was located in an area of Alpine. The individual advised he was going to "overdoes" by taken sleeping pills but had a change of heart. The individual agreed to speak with a crisis worker while officers were there. After speaking with the crisis worker, who stated that he was not concerned about the subjects mental state at this time, the male was released from the scene without further action being taken.
An officer was dispatched to a sex offense in Highland in which the complainant wanted to report that her neighbor exposes himself on a regular basis by urinating in his yard on the side of his house which is visible to the complainant. The complainant wanted to file a report and discuss her options. The complainant didn't want to press charges at this time but wanted to try and work things out with the neighbor after discussing her options with the officer.
An officer stopped a vehicle in Alpine for an expired registration. While speaking with the driver, the officer observed signs of possible impairment. The officer conducted Field Sobriety Tests on the driver and observed further signs of impairment. The driver was then arrested on suspicion of DUI. The driver was giving a breathalyzer, which registered over the legal limit. During a vehicle inventory an open bottle of alcohol was located. The driver was booked into jail on DUI, open container and expired registration. The vehicle was impounded state tax.
An officer stopped a vehicle traveling through Alpine for failure to maintain lane travel. While speaking with the driver, the officer observed several signs of possible impairment including the odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the vehicle. The officer administered Field Sobriety Tests on the driver and observed further clues of impairment. The driver was then arrested for suspicion of DUI. A breathalyzer confirmed the driver was over the legal limit. A preliminary urinalysis also showed positive for marijuana. A inventory of the vehicle prior to a state tax impound revealed marijuana and paraphernalia. The driver was also found to have two prior convictions of DUI within the last 10 years enhancing this one to a felony. The driver was booked into jail on several charges.
Officers were dispatched on a domestic violence call in Highland. Officers arrived and found an individual who was going through a divorce was upset and at his parents house. While at his parents house, he became enraged and damaged property of his parents. The individual was arrested