Police beat: May 15 – May 21




May 17 – An individual reported two bikes taken from an apartment building balcony. The bikes were secured at the time.

May 15 – An individual reported a backpack stolen from an office in the HFAC campus building.

May 15 – An individual reported a secured bike stolen from the bike racks at Wymount.


May 16 – Officers responded to a report of individuals playing soccer in a private parking garage, but when they arrived at the parking lot it was empty.



May 17 – Police arrested Rick Winder and cited him with four violations of the Utah Controlled Substance Act. The arrest was a follow up to the traffic accident April 15 that took Chelsea Parkinson’s life. All four of the charges are second-degree felonies. Police investigation found Rick Winder had tested positive for oxycodone shortly after the accident.


Drug Use

May 15 – Police arrested a man after he turned over his heroin and a loaded syringe.


May 15 – A woman was cited after shoplifting from Target.

May 15 – A man was cited after he was caught shoplifting from Al’s Sporting Goods.


May 15 – Police arrested a man who was spotted sleeping outside a student apartment building. When approached by officers, the man took off running. Police arrested him for eight warrant arrests in his name as well as his attempt to flee from law enforcement.


May 15 – Police broke up a fight between a man, his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend.

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