Uinta County Sheriff’s Office incidents
Nov. 25 - Dec. 1, 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. 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 90 incidents between the dates of Monday, Nov. 25, and Sunday, Dec. 1. Incidents included an abandoned vehicle, two alarms, an ambulance or medical assist, seven animal problems, 12 agency assists, a citizen complaint, eight citizen assists, a civil problem, a communications offense, two marijuana possessions, four controlled substance possessions, DWUS, a fire, 10 information reports, two background investigations, keeping the peace, lost or found property, a livestock problem, two prisoner transports, a probation/parole violation, a suspicious incident, six traffic accidents with property damage, a traffic accident with personal injury, two traffic complaints, threatening, two traffic offenses, unsecure premises, three wanted persons and five welfare checks.
The Uinta County Sheriff’s Office arrested eight persons between the dates of Nov. 25 and Dec. 1.
Cory P. Case, of Evanston, was arrested for bond revocation.
Tommy R. McCullough, of Robertson, was arrested for misdemeanor probation revocation.
Julian V. Ramirez, of Evanston, was arrested for Evanston city probation revocation.
Jason T. Reed, of Eugene, Oregon, was arrested for delivery of marijuana.
Joshua J. Riley, of Eugene, Oregon, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance.
Christopher A. Silber, of Wheatridge, Colorado, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance and possessing a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
Kenya E. Spears, of Seattle, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance, possessing burglary tools, possessing stolen property and bond revocation.
Vadim Verenich, of Utica, New York, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance.