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Police Beat for 10/29/2012 - 11/04/2012

Lone Peak Police had a total of 101 calls for service for the week. This is from 0000 hours on 10-29-12, until 2359 hours on 11-04-12.  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 10/29/2012
An officer was dispatched to an address in Highland on a criminal mischief call.  The officer arrived and found the complainants window in the back of their house had been broken out.  The victim stated that this is the second time this has happened in the last 6 months.  The officer was unable to determine the cause of the broken window.  The officer documented the scene.  There are no suspects at this time.
 
Officers were dispatched to an address in Highland on a medical call.  Dispatch advised a 24 year old male was unconscious, not breathing and was also cold to the touch.  Medical arrived and confirmed the victim was deceased.  An initial investigation shows the possible cause to be a drug overdose.  The case is currently under investigation.
 
An officer was dispatched to Wendy's in Highland on a "drugs" detail.  Dispatch advised that a vehicle that had used the drive thru smelled of the odor of marijuana.  Officers arrived and were able to locate the vehicle.  Upon contact with the passengers of the vehicle, the officer was able to detect the apparent odor of marijuana.  A Lone Peak K-9 was deployed on the vehicle and gave a positive indication for the presence of illegal narcotics.  A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana and paraphernalia.  Field Sobriety Tests were conducted and the driver was arrested for suspicion of DUI.  The driver was eventually booked into jail on several charges including DUI and the vehicle was state tax impounded.
 
 
Tuesday 10/30/2012 
An officer was dispatched to an address in Highland to contact the resident.  The officer made contact and the resident advised that several political signs he had in his yard were missing or damaged.  The resident believes because of the controversial nature of the signs, someone purposely damaged and stole the signs.  The resident asked that extra patrol be conducted in the area.
 
An officer pulled over a vehicle in Highland for a traffic offense.  The officer found the driver had a small warrant out of Highland.  The driver was able to post bail on the warrant.  The officer issued the driver a receipt for the bail money and gave a warning on the traffic offense.  The bail was booked into evidence per departmental policy.
 
Officers were dispatched to a residence in Highland on the report of a father and his children arguing.  The complainant advised that it had been physical at one point.  Officers arrived and found an assault had occurred.  During the investigation, the father left the scene.  The father was located and traffic stop was conducted.  The father remained uncooperative and was ultimately taken into custody.  The father was booked into jail on several domestic violence charges.
Wednesday 10/31/2012
An officer was dispatched to an address in Alpine on a theft detail.  The officer arrived and met with the complainant who advised that two of her ducks were missing.  She advised that she owns 17 ducks, but two were no longer in the cage.  The officer gathered all the information.  There are no suspects at this time.
 
While by his vehicle at the police station in Highland an officer observed a vehicle "peel out" and then speed down the 25 MPH road.  Because of children being in the area, the officer pursued the vehicle.  The vehicle was stopped several blocks away.  Through records checks, the officer learned the driver had a suspended drivers license and several warrants.  The driver was eventually cited for several offenses including speeding and driving on a suspended drivers license.  He was booked into jail on the warrants and his vehicle was impounded hold for owner.
 
Officers were dispatched to an address in Alpine on a "mental subject" call.  Officers learned a 19 year old male was out of control and threatening to harm himself.  Officers arrived and were able to defuse the situation.  The individual eventually agreed to go to the hospital to be evaluated.   An officer followed the family to the hospital as they transported the male.
 
An officer pulled over a vehicle for a equipment violation.  Upon contact with the driver, the officer detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the vehicle.  The driver admitted to having consumed alcohol earlier in the evening.  The driver was also found to have a warrant.  The driver submitted to Field Sobriety Tests and passed.  Bail was collected on the warrant, a receipt was issued to the driver and the bail was booked into evidence per departmental policy.  The driver was given a warning for the equipment violation.
 
Thursday 11/01/2012
An officer pulled over a vehicle in Highland for an equipment violation.  The officer made contact with the driver and observed signs of impairment.  Field Sobriety Tests were conducted on the driver and the officer observed further signs of impairment.  The driver was arrested for suspicion of DUI.  The passenger was found to have an open container of alcohol in the vehicle and was cited and released.  Upon a search of the vehicle a powdery substance was located.  This substance later tested positive for Methamphetamine.  The driver was booked into jail on several charges including DUI.  The driver's vehicle was state tax impounded.
 
Two separate theft details were taken on this date in the city of Highland.  Both details involved the theft of political signs removed from the victims property.  In both cases, there are no suspects.
 
Officers were dispatched on the report of a burglary at a residence in Highland.  Officers arrived and found several inconsistencies with the victim's story of events.  The only item found to be missing was prescription pain medication.  This case is currently under investigation.
 
An officer was asked to assist the health department with tobacco compliance checks at area businesses in Highland.  At one of the businesses an employee sold tobacco products to underage employee of the health department.  The officer assisting issued a citation to the employee for selling tobacco to a minor.
 
 
Friday 11/02/2012
An officer was dispatched to a residence in Highland on a burglary.  The officer arrived and found while the victims were gone from their residence for approximately an hour and a half, an unknown person entered the residence and stole cash out of a dresser.  Entry appears to have been made through an unlocked door.  There are no suspects at this time.
 
Officers were advised of a possible drug deal involving heroin that was going to take place in the near future.  Officers were able to make contact with one of the individuals involved.  After a lengthy investigations, several people were charged with several charges involving heroin.  This investigation is ongoing with other potential buyers, users and sellers.
 
 
Saturday 11/03/2012 
An officer was dispatched to a theft detail at Kohler's in Highland.  The officer arrived and found employees had three juveniles in custody for shoplifting.  Upon a search of the juveniles other items from the store were located along with marijuana.  All three juveniles were cited for several charges including theft and possession of marijuana.  They all were released to their parents.
 
An officer pulled over a vehicle in Highland for a registration violation. Upon contact with the driver, the officer detected the odor of marijuana.  The officer also observed paraphernalia in the vehicle.  The was placed into custody and the vehicle searches.  The officer located numerous items in vehicle related to the sales of marijuana, including marijuana.  The officer also observed signs of impairment from the driver.  The driver was brought back to the police station and given Field Sobriety Tests in which the officer observed signs of impairment.  The driver was eventually booked into Slate Canyon Juvenile Detention Center on several charges.
 
 
Sunday 11/04/2012 
Officers were dispatched to an address in Alpine on an agency assist.  Sandy Police were looking for an individual involved in an assault in their city.  They advised the suspect lived in Alpine.  Officers were able to locate the suspect at his residence.  He was taken into custody and transported to a location where a Sandy police officer took custody.
 
An officer pulled over a vehicle that was speeding in Highland.  The officer found the driver had a suspended drivers license and a warrant.  The driver was cited for speeding and driving on a suspended drivers license and booked into jail on the warrant.

Police Beat for 10/22/2012 - 10/28/2012

Lone Peak Police had a total of 115 calls for service for the week. This is from 0000 hours on 10-22-12, until 2359 hours on 10-28-12.  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 10/22/2012 
An officer was dispatched to an area of Highland on a suspicious person.  The complainant advised while jogging, he came across a male wearing a mask that was crouched down next to the trail.  The suspicious male agreed to stay until police arrived.  After speaking with the suspicious male, the officer learned he was riding his bicycle and had stopped to urinate.  While doing so, he saw some joggers coming and being embarrassed crouched down to avoid them.  The officer also found because of the temperature, the male was wearing the ski mask to stay warm.  Assuring nothing criminal had occurred, the officer gathered all information and cleared.
 
Officers were dispatched to a residence in Alpine on the report of a runaway juvenile.  While the case officer was speaking with the mother, another officer was able to locate the juvenile.  The juvenile was returned home.
 
 
Tuesday 10/23/2012 
An officer was dispatched to an address in Alpine to meet with the complainant regarding a theft.  The complainant advised he had several items taken from his residence and believes his son took the items and pawned them.  The officer gathered all information and did a check with the pawn shops and did not find any of the items.  This case will be forwarded to investigations for follow-up.
 
Wednesday 10/24/2012
A Lone Peak K-9 Officer was asked to assist American Fork Police Department with an individual who had ran from police.  The K-9 officer arrived and deployed his K-9.  The K-9 was able to locate the individual and was a key component in the apprehension of the suspect.
 
An officer was dispatched to an area of Alpine on the report of a suspicious male.  Officers arrived in the area and found the male was selling vacuums.  The officer found there were several other males also in the area with the same company.  The officer learned that the males were selling without a license.  They were warned to cease and desist until obtaining a license.
 
An officer pulled over a vehicle traveling in Highland for speeding.  During the stop, the officer learned the vehicle was not registered, did not have insurance and the driver did not have a license and had several warrants.  The driver was arrested and upon a search a marijuana pipe was located.  The vehicle was impounded state tax and the driver was booked into jail on the warrants and several charges.
 
Thursday 10/25/2012
An officer was dispatched to a residence in Alpine on a theft.  The reporting party advised that she found her pain medication missing and upon searching the purse of her daughter-in-law, she located the pain medication.  She advised she confronted her son and daughter-in-law and the situation became confrontational.  She called the police and they left.  She told the officer she did not want to press charges, but asked how to evict the individuals.  The officer explained several options and the complainant thanked him for his time.
 
While patrolling in Highland and conducting routine records checks on vehicles an officer learned a vehicle had a revoked registration and no insurance.  The officer stopped the vehicle and found the driver had a warrant.  The driver was able to post bail for the warrant.  The vehicle was state tax impounded and the driver was cited for no insurance and the revoked registration.  The officer then booked the bail money into evidence per departmental policy.
 
 
Friday 10/26/2012
An officer was dispatched to a residence in Highland on a suspicious detail.  The reporting party advised that the night before at approximately 0100 hours he heard his back door slam shut.  He stated when he woke up this morning, he found footprints in the snow around his back door.  Following the footprints, it was found they had gone around the back of several residences in the area.  As of this posting, no crimes in the area have been reported.
 
An officer was dispatched to a residence in Highland on an attempted burglary.  The officer met with the homeowner who advised that approximately 10 minutes prior he was home and someone knocked on his front door.  The complainant advised he was busy so didn't answer the door.  He stated shortly afterwards, he heard someone attempting to pry open his back door.  He stated he yelled and someone ran up the stairs outside.  He stated he ran around the front, but was unable to see anyone.  The officer observed pry marks on the back basement door.  There are no suspects at this time.
 
An officer was dispatched to an area of Highland on a traffic offense.  The reporting party advised he was following a vehicle that could not maintain lane travel.  The officer was able to locate the vehicle.  Upon speaking with the driver, the officer observed signs of impairment.  Field Sobriety Tests were conducted on the driver to which the officer observed further signs of impairment.  The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI.  Her vehicle was impounded state tax.  A preliminary urinalysis should positive for Benzodiazepines.  The driver was cited and released to a responsible individual.
 
 
Saturday 10/27/2012 
An officer pulled over a vehicle in Highland for speeding.  The officer met with the driver and observed signs of impairment.  Field Sobriety Tests were conducted on the driver and further signs of impairment were observed.  The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI and her vehicle was impounded state tax.  The driver submitted to an Intoxilyzer and was found to have a blood alcohol level above the legal limit.  The driver was found to have two prior convictions for DUI in the last 10 years making this one a felony.  She was booked into jail on the DUI.
 
An officer pulled over a vehicle for a lane violation.  The officer found the driver had a revoked drivers license for alcohol and was ignition interlock required.  He also found the driver had a warrant.  The officer confirmed the vehicle was not equipped with the ignition interlock device.  The vehicle was impounded on the violations and the driver was arrested and booked into jail on the warrant and new violations.
 
While en route to work, a Lone Peak Officer was able to locate a vehicle American Fork Police Department was looking for that could not maintain lane travel, according to the complainant.  The officer made a traffic stop on the vehicle and waited until American Fork police officers could arrive.  The officer assisted American Fork with the stop and the driver was eventually arrested for suspicion of DUI.
 
An officer was dispatched on a delayed burglary to a residence in Highland.  The complainant advised they had returned home after being gone approximately an hour and found someone had broken into their residence and stole several items and cash.  The officer was able to document the scene and collect evidence.  This case will be forwarded to investigations for follow-up.
 
Sunday 10/28/2012 
An officer was dispatched on an agency assist call.  American Fork police asked that Lone Peak officers look for a vehicle that has an address out of Highland that was involved in a disorderly conduct call.  A Lone Peak officer was able to locate the vehicle in Highland.  Upon contact with the driver, the officer smelled the odor of alcohol and observed signs of impairment.  The officer eventually arrested the driver for suspicion of DUI.  One of the passengers was cited by American Fork police for disorderly.

Police Beat for 10/15/2012 - 10/21/2012

 

Lone Peak Police had a total of 138 calls for service for the week. This is from 0000 hours on 10-15-12, until 2359 hours on 10-21-12.  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 10/15/2012 
  An officer was dispatched to an area of Highland on a disturbance call.  Dispatch advised an adult male was yelling obscenities at people while he was walking down the road.  The officer located the individual who was not compliant at first.  The officer was able to detain the individual who admitted to screaming obsenities.  A witness filled out a statement regarding the incident.  Charges will be forwarded to the city prosecutor.
Officers were dispatched on a four vehicle accident at approximately 11200 North Alpine Hwy. in Highland.  The officer found a chain reaction occurred when one vehicle rear ended another causing that vehicle to then rear end the vehicle in front of it and again causing that vehicle to rear end another vehicle.  An individual was transported to the hospital with neck and back pain.  One of the vehicles was towed due to being incapacitated.  The driver of the vehicle that started the chain reaction was cited for following too close.
 
Tuesday 10/16/2012  
An officer was dispatched to an address in Highland on a vehicle burglary.  The officer arrived and found an unlocked vehicle had been gone through and several items were taken from the vehicle.  The officer gathered all the information about the items taken and filed his report.  There are no suspects at this time.
  
Wednesday 10/17/2012 
 Officers were dispatched to an address in Highland on the report of a suicidal male.  Officer arrived and were able to make contact with the male.  The male agreed to speak with a crisis worker on the telephone.  The male was then transported by several friends and family to the hospital to further talk with someone.  Officers found nothing criminal had occurred.
An officer was dispatched to meet with a resident of Alpine regarding a theft.  The officer met with the individual how advised that their son had taken a drink from a neighbors house without permission.  The neighbor was aware and did not want to pursue charges.  The complainant asked that the officer talk to their son regarding the incident.  The officer met with the son and spoke to him about possible ramifications from his actions.  The office then cleared.
Both Lone Peak K-9 Officers were asked to assist American Fork Police and Adult Probation and Parole with a parolee who ran from them and a search of a vehicle and residence involved.  A search revealed numerous drug paraphernalia.
An officer pulled over a vehicle traveling in Highland after running a registration check and learning the vehicle had no insurance.  The driver was found to have an invalid drivers license.  The driver was cited for both offenses and the vehicle was state tax impounded for no insurance.
  
 
Thursday 10/18/2012
While patrolling in Highland between 0200 hours and 0300 hours an officer observed garage doors open at three separate residences.  The officer was able to make contact with the homeowner of two of the residences and advised of them of the open garage.  They assured no items were missing from the garage.  The homeowners thanked the officer and closed their garages.
An officer was dispatched on a medical call at one of the elementary schools in Alpine.  Dispatch advised a juvenile had fallen off the swings and broken her arm.  The officer arrived and assured the child was as comfortable as can be until medical could arrive.  The officer assured nothing criminal had occurred and cleared the scene.
An officer was dispatched on a fraud detail.  The officer spoke with the complainant who advised she received a call from someone stating they were her grandson and was in a Mexican jail and needed money to bail out.  The complainants husband realized it was a scam and hung up the phone.  The officer found no vital information was given out and no crime had occurred.  It should be noted this is a common scam that happens a lot.
While patrolling during school hours the School Resource Officer observed 3 juveniles walking down the road.  As soon as the juveniles saw the officer, they in an attempt to hide from the officer.  The officer was able to find the juveniles and found they were "slufffing" class.  The juveniles were returned to Mountain Ridge Junior High and handed over to the principal.
 
Friday 10/19/2012
An officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation.  The officer found the individual had a warrant.  The officer was able to collect bail on the warrant.  The officer issued the individual a fix-it ticket for the equipment violation and booked the bail into evidence per departmental protocol.
An officer observed several juveniles at a gas station in Cedar Hills that he is familiar with.  While observing the juveniles, the officer witnessed an adult meet with the juveniles and put beer in the vehicle the juveniles were in.  A stop was made and the adult was cited for furnishing alcohol to a minor. 
 
Saturday 10/20/2012
An officer pulled over a vehicle in Highland for failure to maintain lane travel.  The officer met with the 20 year old driver and saw signs of impairment.  Field Sobriety Tests were conducted on the driver and further signs of impairment were observed.  The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI.  The driver submitted to chemical tests and a preliminary urinalysis showed positive for THC.  The driver was cited and released to a responsible individual.
Sunday 10/21/2012
An officer was dispatched on a vehicle burglary call in Alpine.  The officer arrived and found several items had been taken from an unlocked vehicle.  The officer gathered all necessary information.  There are no suspects at this time.
An officer stopped a vehicle for expired registration.  The officer found the vehicle also did not have insurance.  The driver gave the officer a State Farm insurance card and stated that they did have insurance.  The officer contacted State Farm and verified the vehicle was not insured through them.  The officer cited the driver for several violations and impounded the vehicle..

Police Beat for 10/8/2012 - 10/14/2012

Lone Peak Police had a total of 86 calls for service for the week. This is from 0000 hours on 10-08-12, until 2359 hours on 10-14-12.  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.
 
  
Monday 10/08/2012
 
  On this date there were 11 calls for service, 7 in Highland and 4 in Alpine.  They included 4 animal problems, 2 citizen contacts, a minor accident, a suspicious, a trespassing and a fireworks detail.  All calls were minor in nature and required no further follow-up or police investigation.
 
Tuesday 10/09/2012
  
Officers were dispatched to an address in Alpine on the report of a suicidal female.  Officers arrived and made contact with the female.  The female was emotional and confirmed she was suicidal.  A crisis worker was contacted who then talked with the female.  The female agreed to meet with and was then transported to the crisis worker.  Officers cleared without further involvement.
 
Officers were dispatched to Lone Peak High School on a disorderly call.  Dispatch advised that several juveniles were arguing and that adults were getting involved.  The reporting party was worried it was going to escalate.  Officers arrived and found things had calmed down.  They also found no crimes had been committed.  After assuring everything was going to be okay, the officers cleared.
 
A Lone Peak K-9 Officer was asked to assist American Fork Police with a sniff of a vehicle one of their officers had stopped.  The K-9 officer deployed his dog who gave a positive indication of illegal drugs in the vehicle.  A search of the vehicle revealed illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia.
 
An officer was dispatched to a residence in Highland on a criminal mischief call.  The officer arrived and found several mailboxes damaged.  He also found a pumpkin had been used, apparently thrown from a vehicle at the mailboxes.  The officer documented the scene.  There are no suspects at this time. 
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Wednesday 10/10/2012
  
 
 An officer was dispatched on a burglary call at a residence in Highland.  The officer met with the complainant who advised several weeks back he had some golf clubs taken from his open garage.  The complainant advised on today's date, he noticed his ladder also missing and wanted to report both.  The complainant advised his garage door was left open again today when the ladder went missing.  The officer gathered all pertinent information.  This case is currently under investigation.
The SRO(School Resource Officer) at Lone Peak High School received a tip of four juveniles possibly smoking marijuana across from the school.  With the help of the assistant principal the four juveniles were called into the office.  The juveniles were search in accordance with school policy.  One of the juveniles was found to have cigarettes in her possession.  That juveniles was cited.  No other items of contraband were found.  All juveniles were released back to class.
  
 
Thursday 10/11/2012

Officers were dispatched on a report of a runaway juvenile. Officers were able to locate the runaway in Highland Glen Park. The juvenile attempted to run from Officers, but was
apprehended and taken into custody. The juvenile was defiant and non-compliant towards Officers. She was taken back to her residence in Highland.  After speaking with her parents it was determined it would be best for her to be transported to Vantage Point. Officers then transported the juvenile to Vantage Point.
An officer was dispatched on a suspicious vehicle in an area of Alpine.  An officer was able to locate the vehicle and then observed a traffic violation by the vehicle.  A stop was initiated on the vehicle in which three juveniles were inside.  A strong smell of marijuana was coming from the vehicle.  A search of the vehicle revealed on a minuet amount of marijuana.  The driver was giving a warning on the traffic violation and all juveniles were released.
 
 
Friday 10/12/2012

On this date there were 8 calls for service, 4 in Highland and 4 in Alpine.  They included 2 alarm calls, a public peace, a fire department assist, an abandoned 911 call, an animal problem, a lost property and a welfare check.  All calls were minor in nature and required no further follow-up or police investigation. 
 
 
Saturday 10/06/2012
While patrolling in Alpine at approximately 0130 hours an officer observed a juvenile female in slippers walking down the road.  Because of the heavy rain and time of night, the officer made contact with the juvenile female.  The female advised she was spending the night at a friends, but got in a fight with her friend and left.  The officer contacted the female's mother who arrived to take custody of the female.  The female was not charged with the curfew violation.
While patrolling in Highland at approximately 0300 hours an officer observed a garage door open at a residence.  The officer made contact with the homeowner and advised of the open garage.  They assured no items were missing from the garage.  The homeowner thanked the officer and closed his garage.
Officer were dispatched to American Fork Hospital on a delayed accident that happened at a residence in Highland.  Officer learned a 1 year old had been brought into the emergency room that had been "run over" by a vehicle.  The hospital advised that the story given appeared to not be consistent with the injuries.  An officer arrived and conducted interviews.  The on-call detective was notified and also responded to the hospital.  After interviewing the doctors and nurses and mother, it appears her story was accurate and this was an accident.  At last contact, the child appears will be okay and only suffered minor injuries.
An officer stopped a vehicle traveling through Highland for speeding and both taillights being faulty.  Upon contact with the juvenile driver, the officer observed signs of possible impairment.  The driver submitted to Field Sobriety Tests and showed further signs of impairment.  The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI.  The vehicle was state tax impounded.  A preliminary urinalysis showed positive for marijuana and morphine.  The driver and was cited and released to his father.   
Sunday 10/14/2012
An officer was dispatched on a burglary detail at a residence in Alpine.  The officer arrived and found a female had her purse taken out of her vehicle that was parked in her garage.  The garage door had been left open.  The officer also found that the credit cards had already been used in other jurisdictions.  This case is under investigation.
An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in Alpine.  After running the driver's information he found the driver had a suspended drivers license.  The driver was cited for several violations and his vehicle was impounded hold for owner.

Police Beat for 10/1/2012 - 10/7/2012

 Lone Peak Police  had a total of 84 calls for service for the week. This is from 0000 hours on 10-01-12, until 2359 hours on 10-07-12.  Here is a list of the more serious incidents.

These calls do not include calls such as suspicious incidents, frauds, abandoned 911's, animal control and various other day to day incidents we respond on.
  
Monday 10/01/2012
 
 An officer responded on a mental subject call in Alpine in which an unknown juvenile was texting the reporting party, stating he was going to kill himself tonight. Dispatch was able to locate the owner of the phone through the cell phone provider. Contact was made with the juvenile who had sent the messages. His parents were made aware of the situation and talked with him as well. No further action was taken. 
A Lone Peak K-9 Officer was asked to assist American Fork Police with a sniff of a vehicle one of their officers had stopped.  The K-9 officer deployed his dog who gave a positive indication of illegal drugs in the vehicle.  A search of the vehicle revealed illegal drug paraphernalia.
 
Tuesday 10/02/2012
  
Officers were dispatched to an address in Highland on the report of an out of control juvenile.  Officers arrived and found a female juvenile had threatened her foster parents with a knife.  Officer also found the juvenile had struck one of her foster parents.  The juvenile was arrested and booked into juvenile detention on several charges.
 
There were only 5 other calls for service on this date, three in Alpine and two in Highland.  They were all minor in nature and required no further follow-up or police action.
 
 Wednesday 10/03/2012
  
 At approximately 0030 hours while patrolling Alpine an officer observed a suspicious individual in a vehicle in front of a residence.  Upon running the registration to the vehicle, the officer learned the registered owner had several warrants for her arrest.  The officer made contact with the person inside the vehicle and found it was a friend of the registered owner.  The individual then led officers to the registered owner of the vehicle who was in her residence.  She was arrested and booked into jail on the warrants.
An officer was dispatched on a report of a juvenile male with a bow and arrow in
Highland Glen Park. The officer located the male juvenile and it was determined that he
was in possession of a bow and arrow, but had not shot any arrows. The officer advised
him that he could not shoot arrows inside the park. The officer then cleared with no further action taken.
An officer was dispatched on a harassment call.  The officer contacted the complainant who advised that several years earlier she and another female had taken topless photos of themselves.  She further stated that an unknown person is now posting these pictures on a website and emailing them to friends and family of the complainant.  This is currently under investigation.
  
 
Thursday 10/04/2012

An officer was dispatched on a delayed vehicle burglary that occurred in Alpine.  The complainant advised that approximately 3 weeks prior someone had entered her vehicle and stolen some items.  She advised that she called her insurance company to file a claim and they advised she needed a police report.  The officer gathered all necessary information.  There are no suspects at this time.
While patrolling in Highland at approximately 2300 hours an officer observed a dark figure sitting near the travel lanes of Timpanogos Highway.  The officer stopped and made contact with the male who he recognized.  The officer knew this male had past suicide attempts years prior by attempting to get hit by a vehicle and had successfully been hit once.  The male denied that is what he was doing this evening.  The officer contacted the individuals parents and the father came and took custody of the individual.  No further action was taken by the officer.
 
 
Friday 10/05/2012
An officer was dispatched on the report of a vehicle burglary in Highland.  The officer met with the complainant who advised she had pulled into her garage, but left the garage door up.  She stated she had left her purse in her vehicle and approximately an hour later came outside and found her purse missing.  Several credit cards were used shortly after this in American Fork.  This case is currently under investigation.
 
 An officer was dispatched to a residence in Alpine on a delayed assault that occurred in Highland.  The officer arrived and found an 18 year old male had been assaulted by a 26 year old male.  The officer gathered information from the victim as to what had occurred.  After speaking with the victim and the victim's mother, they decided they did not want to pursue a police investigation and would handle the matter themselves.  The officer then cleared.
An officer stopped a vehicle traveling in Highland for speeding.  Immediately upon contact with the driver, the officer could smell the odor of marijuana.  The officer also observed signs of possible impairment with the driver.  The driver was administered Field Sobriety Tests and showed further signs of impairment.  The driver was then placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI.  A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana, paraphernalia consistent with marijuana use and paraphernalia consistent with heroin use.  A passenger in the vehicle was also placed under arrest and after Miranda admitted to possession of some of the illegal property in the vehicle.  A preliminary urinalysis of the driver showed positive for THC, Heroin, Cocaine and Morphine.  Both individuals were booked into jail on several charges.
 
 
Saturday 10/06/2012
An officer was dispatched on an assault call at Timberline Middle School in Alpine involving a little league coach and referee.  Upon investigating, the officer found the coach had assaulted the referee.  At this time, the referee did not want to pursue charges.  The officer was contacted the next day by the referee and advised he now wanted to pursue charges.  The officer advised he would forward charges on the assault.
An officer was dispatched on a medical call in Highland.  The officer arrived and found a female was loading an ATV onto trailer.  She had her 5 year old son on the back of the ATV.  As she was driving the ATV up the ramp, the front tires lifted, she accelerated and the ATV flipped over landing on the 5 year old.  The 5 year old was transported to the hospital with multiple lacerations.  It was found the 5 year old was wearing a bicycle helmet and not one adequate for ATV use. 

Sunday 10/07/2012
An officer was dispatched on a fraud detail in Alpine.  The officer arrived and spoke with the complainant who stated they had just received a phone call from an individual in Canada stating that his daughter was in jail and that he needed to send money to get her out.  The complainant knew it was a scam and hung up on the individual.  The complainant advised even though he was not out any money he wanted the incident documented.
Officers were dispatched on a domestic violence call at a residence in Highland.  Officers arrived and found a physical altercation had occurred between two adult siblings.  One of the siblings was found to be the primary aggressor and was booked into jail on several domestic violence charges.