Lone Peak Police had a total of 105 calls for service for the week. This is from 0000 hours on 01-28-13, until 2359 hours on 02-03-13. 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.
An officer stopped a vehicle traveling through Highland for several equipment violations. During the stop, the officer learned the vehicle's registration had been expired for 7 months, the driver had a suspended drivers license and also a small warrant. The officer impounded the vehicle state tax due to the vehicle's registration being expired for the length of time it was. He also issued a citation to the driver for driving on a suspended drivers license and expired registration. A warning was giving on the warrant and for the equipment violation.
An officer was dispatched to an address in Highland on a criminal mischief call. The officer arrived and found a vehicle had it's rear window shattered. There was no indication of what caused the window to shatter. The officer documented the incident. If this was caused by an individual, there are no suspects at this time.
An officer took a delayed report of a theft from an address in Alpine. The reporting party advised he had his tires stolen from a vehicle he owned that was parked at a friends residence. He advised this was delayed by over a month. There are no suspects at this time.
An officer was dispatched to domestic violence call in Alpine. The officer found a female allegedly assaulted her ex-husbands current wife. Statements were gathered and all witnesses interviewed. Charges will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
Officers responded to an address in Alpine on the report of a suicidal female. Officers arrived and found a female was suicidal. The officers were able to arranged for the female to be transported to the hospital for observation.
Officers were dispatched to an address in Highland on a medical call whereas a male was unconscious and not breathing. Officers found that the male had possibly been deceased for several days. Officers also found the male had been in poor health and had several medical conditions. An investigation was conducted.
An officer initiated a stop on a vehicle traveling through Highland after running a registration check and finding the vehicle did not have insurance. During the traffic stop, the officer also found the driver had a suspended drivers license. The driver was cited for both offenses and her vehicle was state tax impounded.
Officers were dispatched to an address in Highland on a family problem. Dispatch advised a 16 year old male was out of control. Officers arrived and separated all parties. Officers were able to deescalate the situation. Officers found nothing of a criminal nature had occurred. Once assuring the situation was calm, officers cleared.
While serving summons for court, officers were advised of an individual at a residence in Alpine who had a warrant. Officers were given permission to enter the residence and were able to take the individual into custody.
An officer pulled over a vehicle traveling through Highland for an equipment violation. During the traffic stop, the officer found the vehicle's registration had been expired since August of 2011. The officer issued the driver a citation for the expired registration and impounded the vehicle state tax.
An officer pulled over a vehicle traveling through Highland for an equipment violation. During the traffic stop, the officer found the vehicle's registration had been expired since March of 2010. The officer issued the driver a citation for the expired registration and impounded the vehicle state tax.
Officers responded to an address in Highland on the report of out out of control 12 year old. When the officers arrived, the juvenile was compliant and no longer out of control. The parents asked the officers to transport the juvenile to Vantage Point. The officers advised the parents since the juvenile had not committed a crime and was not displaying any aggression, it would be their responsibility to transport the juvenile. The officers then cleared the scene.
An officer stop a vehicle in Highland for an equipment violation. The driver was found to have an active warrant. The officer was able to collect bail on the warrant. The driver was issued a receipt for the bail amount. The warrant was cleared out through dispatch. The bail was then booked into evidence per departmental policy.
Officers were dispatched to an address in Highland on a disorderly call. Officers were advised the residence which acts as a substance abuse treatment center had a client who was out of control. Officers arrived and found the individual had punched an object injuring his hand. Medical was dispatched and transported the suspect to the hospital. Charges are pending.
Officers were dispatched to an area of Highland on the report of a single vehicle accident. The reporting party advised that the driver appeared to be intoxicated. Officers arrived and saw signs of impairment from the driver. Field Sobriety Tests were administered to the driver. The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI and his vehicle was state tax impounded. The driver submitted to an Intoxilyzer test and tested five times over the legal limit. The driver was cited for several violations including DUI and released to a responsible party.