Criminal mischief was reported in the 300 block of North 12th Street. Tires were reported punctured by the owner. Damage was estimated at $125.
A three vehicle accident was reported in the 1000 block of North 14th Street. Joshua Sumpter, of Ivins, Utah, was driving a 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier northbound on North 14th Street. Sumpter’s attention was taken off the road because of an animal in the vehicle. Sumpter’s vehicle went off the west side of the road and made contact with a 2001 Park Avenue, owned by Roger Rees that was parked in the driveway of a resident on North 14th Street. The impact sent the 2001 Park Avenue into a 1996 Saturn, also owned by Rees. Damage to the 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier was $500, damage to the 2001 Park Avenue was $1,500 and damage to the 1996 Saturn was $300. No injuries were reported and no charges were filed.
Criminal mischief was reported at 116 South 18th Street. A vehicle grille was reported broken, valued at $500. An officer located tire tracks that lead from the roadway to Jack’s Used Cars’ parking lot where a 2008 Cadillac had been hit by the suspect vehicle, causing damage to the grille.
6:38 p.m. Michael Allen Peel, 39, of Centerville was charged at the intersection of Dewey Road and 230th Avenue with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
A two vehicle accident was reported at the intersection of 15th Street and Terry Street. Jonathan McEarchern, of Seymour, was traveling northbound on 15th Street in a 2006 Chevrolet HHR and was approaching the intersection of 15th Street and Terry Street.
The accident report states the roads were snow covered and Makenzie Richmond, driving a 2001 Dodge Ram, was driving too fast and was unable to come to a stop at the stop sign. McEarchern noticed that Richmond was not going to be able to stop at the stop sign and McEarchern attempted to stop but could not because of the road conditions. Richmond’s vehicle slid into the intersection and made contact with McEarchern’s vehicle. Damage to Richmond’s vehicle was estimated at $1,000 while damage to McEarchern’s vehicle was estimated at $1,500. No injuries were reported.