Park City Police

PCSD Incident

Sep 6, 2017

This message just released by the Park City School District:

"Last night at approximately 9:20 p.m., Park City School District Administration was made aware of a social media post via Snapchat of a student putting a gun-like weapon into a backpack and making a statement “all will be better tomorrow.” 

On today’s program, Cheryl Fox - director of Summit Land Conservancy  has an announcement on the newest acquisition. Superintendent Ember Conley has details on this morning's school board meeting that starts at 9 at the school district office. Summit County Dispatch Manager Nick Wilkinson and Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter discuss the recent merger between the Park City and Summit County public safety dispatch centers, as approved in both council meetings last week.

Wednesday afternoon Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley and Park City Police Captain Phil Kirk held a news conference to update the community on the investigation of the deaths of two Treasure Mountain Junior High School students.  13-year-old Grant Seaver passed away at his home Sunday.  Tuesday, his friend Ryan Ainsworth, also 13, was found deceased at his home.

Police Pursue Armed Robber

Mar 27, 2016
Park City Police

  Park City police are pursuing  a suspect in an armed robbery of Flanagan's on Main Street Sunday morning. Police responded about 11:15 a.m. to a 911 call from Flanagan’s Irish Pub and Restaurant at 438 Main.  An employee reported that he confronted a suspect, who was loading expensive bottles of wine into a duffel bag from a basement storage room.  In response, the suspect threatened the employee with a revolver before fleeing out the back door to Swede Alley.   The victim didn’t see where the suspect went from there.

Park City Police Department

Police say they have cracked the case of a brazen Main Street burglary.  They also say the man they arrested was one of the more dangerous criminals they've seen.   KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

On today's program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Manager Diane Foster about hiring  a new Community Development Director, affordable housing and the economic benefits of filming on Main Street. Chris Steinkamp is the Executive Director of Protect Our Winters (POW) and how they're message to save snow is spreading around the world via professional winter athletes. Park City Police Captain Phil Kirk and Police Officer Wife MeriAnn Boxall talk about the Paint the Town Blue event on Saturday.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Nick Schou, Conservation Director of Utah Rivers Council, about how to order a $40 rain barrel. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews Wednesday's County Council agenda, including a discussion about the proposed tax rates. Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter introduces two newly hired police officers Dan Cherkis and Zach Nakasishi. KPCW Marketing Director Monika Guendner has information about how your children can participate in the KPCW Water Waste Photo Contest and win cash and prizes!

Park City Police Department

Park City and Summit County police are looking for those responsible for vandalizing and/or burglarizing 25 vehicles this past weekend. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Randy Barton

Homes and busineses in Park City's Old Town were evaculated Easter Sunday, after police received a threat of a bomb and a hostage taking. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher was on the scene and has this to report.

9:50 PM Update

Police contacted KPCW to announce that Main Street and Park Avenue were now open. Swede Alley remains closed as a staging area for the moment.

9:30 PM

A bomb-sniffing dog is now on the scene at Treasure Mountain Inn, as the search continues for a possible bomb, as threatened by an unknown caller to the Park City Police Department earlier this evening. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher gets the latest from Sergeant Jay Randall from the Park City Police Department.

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