Lone Peak Police had a total of 109 calls for service for the week. This is from 0700 hours on 05-07-12, until 0700 hours on 05-14-12. 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
Officers responded on a domestic violence call in Alpine. Officers found the complainants adult son had assaulted him. The son was booked into Utah County Jail on a domestic violence assault charge.
Officers responded to an accident with injuries at the intersection of SR-74 and SR-92. All parties involved were checked out by medical and released on scene. Both vehicles involved were towed due to being incapacitated.
Officers responded in Alpine on a family problem. Officers learned a mother and daughter were arguing over the daughter possessing cigarettes and about her stealing some family items. The officers found that the argument was verbal only. The daughter was cited into juvenile court for possession of tobacco.
Officers responded to an address in Highland on a medical call. Dispatch reported a female unconscious and not breathing. Officers arrived and performed CPR until medical personnel arrived. Attempts to revive the patient were unsuccessful.
An officer took a report in Alpine where a juvenile was being "cyber bullied" by other juveniles. Through an investigation the officer found harassment was occurring. Per the victim's parents request, charges will be submitted to the juvenile court.
An officer took a delayed report of a vehicle burglary. The reporting party who lives in Highland advised he had placed his laptop under the seat of his car approximately 2 weeks prior. He noticed on this date that it was now missing. The reporting party was unsure where his vehicle was when the laptop was taken. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer took a report at Lone Peak High School of a criminal mischief. The reporting party advised when they exited school on this date, they found their rear window had been "smashed out." No items were taken from the vehicle. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation. Due to certain circumstances, the officer requested a K-9 officer. A Lone Peak K-9 was deployed on the vehicle and indicated the presence of narcotics. While searching the driver, he resisted arrest. A substantial amount of marijuana was located in the vehicle. A juvenile passenger was found to be the driver's son. The driver was eventually booked into jail on several charges, including but not limited to DUI, possession of marijuana in a drug free zone, resisting arrest and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Lone Peak K-9 Officers were asked to perform a "sniff" of a residence in Alpine. The homeowners believed their child might have narcotics in his bedroom. The K-9s indicated inside the bedroom. No illegal drugs were found, but items that indicated the presence of drugs.
Patrol officers, K-9 officers and detectives conducted a felony warrant service at a residence in Alpine. Officers were able to locate the individual at his residence who the warrant was for. The arrest was made without incident and the individual was booked into Utah County Jail.
An officer took a report of a criminal mischief at a church in Alpine. The officer found a glass door at the church had been broken. No items were found to be missing from the church and there are no suspects at this time.
Officers were dispatched on an injury accident at the intersection of Alpine Hwy and 10400 N. in Highland. Two patients were treated at the scene and released. Two vehicles were towed due to extensive damage.
An officer was dispatched on a "traffic offense" call in Highland. The reporting party wanted to make the police aware that their neighbor's two vehicles license plates were expired. The officer advised that they could not do anything else they see the vehicles driving on the road.
An officer stopped a vehicle in Highland for expired registration. Upon further investigation and a K-9 indication a search of the vehicle was conducted. One of the passengers was found to have a no bail warrant. A significant amount of marijuana, along with baggies and a scale were located in the vehicle. An individual was booked into Utah County Jail on possession of marijuana in a drug free zone with intent to distribute.
Officers responded on the report of a "mental subject" call in Highland. The reporting party advised dispatch that a female had taken some medication along with alcohol and was afraid she was going to overdose. Officers responded and called in medical personal to examine the victim. Officers and medical personnel determined that the victim was not a threat to herself or others.
An officer took a fraud report at the Highland Police Department. An individual advised their credit card had been used fraudulently. The officer gathered all necessary information and filed the report.
An officer was dispatched on the report of a vehicle driving around pointing a laser light at other vehicles. The vehicle was located by officers in Alpine. The complainant wanted the individual cited and signed the citation. The individual was cited and released for unlawful use of a laser pointer.
An officer made a traffic stop in Highland for a traffic violation. The driver was found to have an active warrant. The driver was able to post the bail for the warrant. The warrant was cleared and the money was processed per policy. The individual was released.
An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a traffic violation. The individual was found be on several medications. It was further found the individual had his parents vehicle without their permission and was autistic. The parents were contacted and subsequently arrived on scene and took possession of their vehicle and child. No charges were filed.
An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a traffic violation. Upon contact, the officer could smell the odor on an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. Upon investigation, one of the passengers was found to have an open container of alcohol in the vehicle. The passenger was cited for an open container violation. All parties were then released.
Officer responded to an address in Alpine on a disorderly call. Officers found a solicitor was becoming aggressive towards the homeowner. The homeowner advised they did not want to pursue any charges, but just wanted the individual trespassed from the residence. The solicitor was trespassed and the offices cleared.
While on patrol in Alpine an officer observed a suspicious vehicle at the rodeo grounds. Based on information at the scene, the officer asked a Lone Peak K-9 officer to conduct a "sniff" of the vehicle. The K-9 indicated on the vehicle and upon a search, drug paraphernalia was located in the vehicle. The driver, a juvenile admitted possession. The juvenile was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and released to a parent.
Officers were dispatched on the report of female who was just nearly kidnapped. The officers found this incident happened in the "gully" area of Highland just south and east of the Smith's in Lehi. A description of the male and his vehicle was broadcast. The vehicle was not located and no further suspect information is available at this time.
An officer was dispatched to the area of SR-92 and SR-74 in highland on an accident involving two vehicles. The officer arrived, conducted an investigation and cited one individual for failure to yield.