Uinta County Sheriff’s Office incidents
May 20-27, 2019
Editor’s note: Information contained in this report is compiled from a daily activity log and an arrest record maintained by the Uinta County Sheriff’s Office. VIN inspections are not included. Those arrested are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law; charges listed may not reflect final disposition of cases.
The Uinta County Sheriff’s Office responded to 145 incidents between the dates of Monday, May 20, and Monday, May 27. Incidents included six alarms, seven ambulance or medical assists, five animal problems, an alcohol offense, 20 agency assists, four citizen disputes, three citizen assists, marijuana possession, controlled substance possession, disorderly conduct, discharging firearms, two domestic violence incidents, two DUIs, two DWUS incidents, a family fight, fraud, harassment, an intra-departmental assist, a juvenile problem, two keeping the peace incidents, littering, six livestock problems, a missing person, a public service program, two rancher contacts, a suspicious incident, strangulation, attempted suicide, three traffic accidents with property damage, a traffic accident with personal injury, a taser deployment, a traffic hazard, two threatening incidents, two traffic offenses, property theft, a wanted person, a warrant arrest and two welfare checks.
The Uinta County Sheriff’s Office arrested eight persons between the dates of May 20 and May 27.
Nicolas R. Araya-Acuna, of Isza, California, was arrested for conspiracy to commit theft.
Barbara Baker, of Hillsdale, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance.
Amanda E. Campbell, of Evanston, was arrested for driving while under the influence.
Troy A. Kitchel, of Lyman, was arrested for domestic battery.
Bradley K. Lawrence, of Evanston, was arrested for battery.
Giovanni A. Lopez Valencia, of Respeda, California, was arrested for conspiracy and theft.
Christopher McIver, of Ellenwood, Georgia, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
Christopher K. Ogden, of Evanston, was arrested for failing to appear, larceny and possessing a controlled substance with intent to deliver.