Police Beat: Jan. 27–Feb 3




Jan. 27 — An officer responded to the area on a report that an individual had taken an item from the BYU Store.


Jan. 29 — Graffiti was found near 300 W. 400 North and 200 N. 1200 West.


Jan. 29 — A 2014 Dodge Charger was supposed to be returned Jan. 27 from Budget. On Jan. 27, the car was involved in a chase in Salt Lake County. When Officer Johnson talked to the renter of the car, he claimed that he loaned the car to a girl who goes by the name “La Mamacita.”

Jan. 29 — A woman was caught shoplifting at Walmart. She had three warrants for her arrest and some previous theft convictions, so she was taken to the county jail.

Jan. 30 — A man who wheeled stolen loot out in his shopping cart was arrested. He was identified as Armando Ramirez. He was booked into the Utah County Jail and charged with retail theft, possession of stolen property, possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia.


Car accidents

Jan. 28 — A 67-year-old female was crossing the intersection at 900 East and 700 North in the crosswalk west-bound and was struck by a south-bound vehicle. The pedestrian’s injuries appeared to be serious on scene, and she was transported to the ER immediately. Other drivers and pedestrians on scene said the pedestrian was crossing against the light.


Feb. 2 — A Carbon County deputy located 15-year-old runaway Hunter Crane last night in Price, Utah, at approximately 12:45 a.m. Crane allegedly hopped a train and rode it to Price before he was located by railroad employees. He is in good health.

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