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SLC Man Posing as Officer Detained with His Own Handcuffs

Salt Lake City police responded to a Salt Lake City home on a report of a possible fight. When officers arrived they found Reed Glenn Grover in handcuffs in the driveway. The resident of the home told police Grover showed a police badge through the house window and said “police,” according to a probable cause statement from Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office. The statement reports Grover pushed his way into the rear entry door of the house and assaulted the resident. The resident of the home used the handcuffs Grover was carrying to detain Grover until police arrived, the statement indicates. Grover was booked on charges of burglary of a dwelling, a second-degree felony; violation of parole or probation, a third-degree felony; impersonating an officer, a class B misdemeanor; and assault, a class B misdemeanor. Get more here.

Man Tries to Recycle 400 Pounds of Stolen Signs

St. George officers responded to Dixie Metal Recycling on a report of “suspicious scrap metal sales.” The recycling business reported buying 435 pounds of construction signs from 33-year-old Randolph Ronald Schmitz. The signs were marked as belonging to Wadsworth Brothers Construction. Police contacted the construction company who said there was no reason the signs, with an estimated value of $2,274, according to the statement, would have been sold as scrap, and that they were stolen. When police spoke with Schmitz, he told them he “found them in a dumpster and decided to sell them,” the arresting officer wrote in the statement. Schmitz was arrested and booked into the Washington County Purgatory Correctional Facility. He was charged with third-degree felony theft for possession of stolen property with a value greater than $1,500. Get more here.

 



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