Price City Engineer Russell Seeley's video of the baseball field project blasting event, by 3 River Drilling and Blasting!
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Price City Police Department is located at 910 N 7th E St, Price, 84501 UT. The Chief of Police of the department is Aleck Shilaos. The Price City Police Department phone number is 435-636-3190.
Price City Engineer Russell Seeley's video of the baseball field project blasting event, by 3 River Drilling and Blasting!
Here is a cellphone video taken by Price City Public Works Director Miles Nelson of the blasting done by 3 Rivers Drilling and Blasting at the Carbon High School baseball fields project today (11-5-18). Those guys are some professionals who know how to get it done!
These photos show Price City Engineer Russell Seeley in the debris after the detonation by 3 Rivers Drilling and Blasting at the Carbon High School baseball fields project today (11-5-18). They broke up some thick rock! Photos by Miles Nelson - Price City Public Works Director!
*** UPDATE*** Went off without a hitch! Kudos to the professionals at 3 - Rivers Drilling and Blasting!!! PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE The Price City Police Department would like to make northeast Price area residents, in the vicinity of the high school baseball fields construction project, that there will be a construction blasting event this afternoon, Monday, November 5, 2018, at about 2:00 p.m. There is a need to break up some shale for a necessary trench. The event will likely be very anti-climactic, with little attendant noise or ground movement that is noticeable. Please see the attached photos and/or videos. These are file photos of ground blasting prep - not the actual site.
Here is a short safety video to show your trick-or-treaters before you head out tonight. Don't hesitate to call us if you see something unsafe or suspicious. 637-0890. Have a fun and safe Halloween! .
HALLOWEEN FUN!!! Officer TJ Robertson was invited for some Trunk or Treat fun by Four Corners!!! Kids seemed to like him – he wasn’t even very scary! Thanks for arranging this Meranda Saccomano!!! Our colleagues and partners at 4 Corners are the best and we appreciate being able to help with the good work you all are doing!
The Price City Police Department needs your help locating this stolen truck. The theft occurred sometime during Saturday evening - early Sunday morning 10-27 to 10-28-18) from a southwest Price neighborhood. This is a '92 black Ford F-150. If you have any information about the theft or location of the truck please contact the Price City Police Department at 636-3190.
***UPDATE - SUBJECT IDENTIFIED - CASE CLOSED*** Thank you everyone for the tips. BTW - it's a Chevy Tahoe. ;) Vandalism at Dino Mine Park.The Price City Police Department needs your help in identifying who owns or drives this vehicle. On 10-28-18 at about 2330, the driver left the Dino Mine parking lot and caused significant damage to the park grounds. If you have any information, please contact Price City Police at 636-3190. Thank
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE October 29, 2018 As part of the kick-off for the 2018 Red Ribbon Week, Price City Police Officers were privileged to receive an invitation from the Creekview Elementary School Chiefs to attend their lunch and pass out Otter Pops! Special thanks to PTA members Hayley Atwood, Val Marietti, and Kendra Seeley for organizing the event, and for the hospitality of Principal John Thomas and his staff. Participating today were School Resource Officer Brian Judd, Detective Randy Salyer, Officers TJ Robertson and Shawn Sackett, Sgt. Kelly Maynes, and Capt. Bill Barnes. Can’t wait to come back for more high fives, knuckles, hugs and good times! Please see the attached photos and/or videos.
As Halloween approaches Price City Police would like to wish all a safe and happy night. To help ensure the safety of our trick or treaters we will have extra officers patrolling in our neighborhoods during the busy times. Also, please check out the below links for Halloween safety tips for children, parents and drivers. Please be careful out there and don't hesitate to call us at 637-0890 if you have any safety concerns. Thanks, Chief Kevin Drolc http://www.utahsafetycouncil.org/uploads/PDFs/No-Scary-Driving-this-Halloween.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0znmd-pJd8TDyYrUfRairBGPFXTae0x6Dnyf_niazQy2FqIgtDsY8MzvE http://www.utahsafetycouncil.org/uploads/PDFs/Halloween-Safety-Tips-for-Trick-or-Treating.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0xG510wLQLXmna-iPK5bbmrHRUgeAYzxReTO01ik6RzBP6Iq29wIO8dvQ
*** IDENTIFIED *** Thanks for your assistance. 20181626 - Price City Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the vehicle and driver in the attached video. If you have information, please message us or call Sergeant Kelly Maynes at 435 636-3190.
The Price City Police Department needs your help in identifying the subject in the videos, and the picture to follow in a separate post. We realize the quality is poor, so please pay attention to clothing and the way the person walks. The person is wanted for questioning relative to a criminal investigation at Heritage Park. If you have information please contact Det. Randy Salyer at 435-636-3190. Thank you.2
The Price City Police Department needs your help in identifying the subject in the videos, and the picture to follow in a separate post. We realize the quality is poor, so please pay attention to clothing and the way the person walks. The person is wanted for questioning relative to a criminal investigation at Heritage Park. If you have information please contact Det. Randy Salyer at 435-636-3190. Thank you.1
The Price City Police Department needs your help in identifying the subject in the videos, and the picture to follow in a separate post. We realize the quality is poor, so please pay attention to clothing and the way the person walks. The person is wanted for questioning relative to a criminal investigation at Heritage Park. If you have information please contact Det. Randy Salyer at 435-636-3190. Thank you.
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE On Thursday, 9-27-18 just before 10:00 p.m., Price City Police Officers were dispatched to a southwest Price residence because of a report of ongoing domestic violence assault. Upon arrival and investigation of the scene, Officer Mike Montoya arrested Elijah Blue Kekuewa, DOB 4-11-80, of Price, for 3rd degree felony Aggravated Assault, misdemeanor charges Disorderly Conduct, and Criminal Mischief, all Domestic Violence related. Mr. Kekuewa was also charged with misdemeanor offenses of Intoxication, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of over one Ounce of Marijuana. The Carbon County Attorney’s Office will review the report to determine the appropriate formal charges. Investigation revealed the victim allegedly disclosed that she was strangled during the altercation. Mr. Kekuewa sustained minor injury when the victim hit him with an object in the head, trying to defend herself. As the investigation unfolded, the victim’s statement was allegedly corroborated by eyewitnesses. Officers on scene also documented forensic evidence that supported the victim statement, by way of victim and suspect injuries, and by scene condition. During the investigation, officers allegedly observed drug items in plain view, including slightly over 2 ounces of marijuana. According to court records, Mr. Kekuewa has criminal history from Alaska, California, New York, and Oregon. Please see the attached photos and/or videos.
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE On Tuesday, 25 September 2018, Price City Police Officer Robertson, Detective Bates, Detective Salyer, Detective Judd, and Sgt. Maynes talked with all the elementary classes at Pinnacle Canyon Elementary about “Stranger Danger”. The department was asked by Principal Jepson to have officers ask to present helpful ways for students to stay safe. The officers took turns speaking with different classes, grades Kindergarten through 5th Grade about such things as what a stranger is, what to do if a stranger approaches you and offers a gift, using the buddy system, what to do if you get lost or separated from your parents, what to do if you're home alone and someone comes to the door, and how to be safe on Halloween. Please see the attached photos and/or videos.
US 6 is open today. http://udottraffic.utah.gov/CLALertViewer.aspx?CLType=1
Incident Fire affecting roadway - US 6 at MP 178 Direction: EB High (more than 15 minutes delays) Lanes Impacted: 3 Estimated Duration: 0 Hour(s) Details: Fire Affecting Roadway, EB US-6 Closed at MP 178 / US-89 Jct (Mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon), Spanish Fork Utah Co, US-6 Closed Both Directions From US-89 in Spanish Fork to US-191 North of Helper, No Est On Re-Open, Use US-40 & US-191 through Duchesne or I-70 & US-50 through Salina & Scipio as alternate routes Last Updated: 09/19/18 06:22 AM Incident Fire affecting roadway - US 6 at MP 230 Direction: WB High (more than 15 minutes delays) Lanes Impacted: 2 Estimated Duration: 0 Hour(s) Details: Fire Affecting Roadway WB US-6 Closed at MP 230 / US-191 Jct, North of Helper Carbon Co, US-6 Closed Both Directions From The US-191 Junction North of Helper To The US-89 Junction In Spanish Fork, No Est Clear Time, Use US-40 & US-191 Through Duchesne Or I-70 & US-50 Through Salina & Scipio As Alternate Routes Last Updated: 09/19/18 06:22 AM http://udottraffic.utah.gov/
The Price City Police Department needs your help in identifying the subjects in the video. This event occurred early this morning September 13. The video lasts one minute and 27 seconds. From 0:00 to 0:07 one person is seen. From 0:28 to 1:21 two persons are seen, who then get into a waiting vehicle where another person or persons may be, and then they drive away. If you have information, please contact Det. Bates at 636-3190 regarding case 20181486. Thank you.
****UPDATE****SUBJECTS IDENTIFIED****SITUATION RESOLVED**** Thank you for your assistance!!! The Price City Police Department needs your help in identifying the young ladies in the attached photographs. If you have information regarding this, please contact Det. Bates at 636-3190, referencing case # 20181296. The department is aware that these are not studio quality pictures, but notes they're not all that bad.
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE On Sunday morning, September 2, 2018, just past 0130, Price Police Officer Tyler Cressall stopped Krystle Marie Noyes, DOB 10-2-86 of Price for an alleged stop sign violation on Main St. Officer Shawn Sackett arrived on scene to assist. Independently, Officer Cressall observed what appeared to be a large amount of cash in Krystle’s purse, and Officer Sackett observed a tooter (drug paraphernalia) near the same cash. A subsequent search of the vehicle, allegedly revealed $2,602.00 cash, 2.31 ounces of methamphetamine, 1.55 ounces of heroin, 1.14 ounces of marijuana, 6 different types of prescription pills (including opiates), numerous items of drug paraphernalia, three Utah Horizon Cards not belonging to Ms. Noyes, and a journal detailing, among other things, Ms. Noyes business dealings relating to drugs. Ms. Noyes also told the officers she has no job or source of income. Ms. Noyes was driving a 2003 Acura (cash purchase detailed in the journal), and the car and money were seized with intent to pursue forfeiture proceedings. All evidence items were also seized. Ms. Noyes was arrested, booked into the Carbon County Jail, and charged with felony level Possession With Intent To Distribute Methamphetamine, Heroin, Marijuana, and Prescription Pills. The Carbon County Attorney’s Office will review the report to determine the appropriate formal charges to file against Ms. Noyes. According to court records, Ms. Noyes has 10 previous arrests, most for drug related issues. Ms. Noyes has two previous Distribution cases before the 7th District Court, one in March 2018 and one in July 2018, and in both cases she was released on her own recognizance pending court proceedings.
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE On August 22, 2018 at 2055 Price City Police Officer Tyler Cressall was dispatched to the Fitness Center at 42 E. Main St. in Price on report of one of the front plate glass display windows being broken out. Upon arrival, Officer Cressall located a pair of sunglasses that appeared to have been left behind at the scene. Cressall and the business owner reviewed security footage of the incident and discovered that at 1859, a male with long blonde hair allegedly lost control of the bicycle he was riding, and crashed into the window, shattering it. The bicyclist picked himself up, and walked his bike westbound down the sidewalk. Officer Shawn Sackett arrived on scene and as he and Cressall were looking for blood evidence at the scene, a nearby business employee approached them and asked if they might be looking for a man who was badly bleeding. The officers were able to make contact with the male, identified as Timothy Ryan Amos, DOB 2-26-76, of Price. Mr. Amos had a badly bleeding cut to the palm of his left hand, and the officers were able to determine that he was allegedly intoxicated. Based on the fact that Mr. Amos had clearly demonstrated he was a danger to himself, he was arrested for intoxication, taken to the hospital for treatment of his wound, and then booked into the Carbon County Jail for the class c misdemeanor offense. While noting that it is not against the law to ride a bicycle while intoxicated in Utah, the Price City Police Department cautions citizens against the practice. This is an example where a severe injury was sustained, medical expenses incurred, and property damage sustained by an innocent local business. Please see attached photos/videos.
PRICE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE School is In, Cops are Out Crosswalk enforcement to help keep children safe and educate drivers on new crosswalk law WHAT – As school starts the last week of August and into September, the Price City Police Department will increase law enforcement operations around high-risk pedestrian crosswalks near schools. These operations may include plain-clothes officers crossing as decoys with patrol vehicles on standby to stop any violators. The enforcement will aim to increase children’s safety by educating drivers on crosswalk laws, speed limits, and distracted driving - all of which contribute to both the frequency and severity of pedestrian crashes. The revised law, UCA 41-6a-1002(2), mandates that vehicles come to a complete stop for anyone in a school crosswalk, regardless of which half of the road they are on. In other words, once a pedestrian steps into a school crosswalk, drivers must stop for the pedestrian until he or she is completely out of the crosswalk. WHEN: End of August and into September 2018 WHERE: All public, private, and university related crosswalks within Price City Police Department’s jurisdiction. VISUALS: ● Vehicles being cited ● Undercover enforcement ● Pedestrians in crosswalk WHY: With kids back in school there will be more foot traffic during peak drive times, especially during school beginning and ending times. Law enforcement agencies hope to remind drivers and pedestrians to keep an eye out for each other. Pedestrian crashes are 100 percent preventable if everyone works together to avoid tragedy. Law enforcement also hopes the new school crosswalk law will further protect pedestrians near schools. Year to date in 2018, there have been 19 pedestrian fatalities in Utah. From 2015 to 2017: ● 27% (642) of all pedestrian crashes involved children ages 4-17 ● 21 resulted in fatalities and 78 were severely injured ● 60% (381) occurred while the child was in a crosswalk Please see attached photos/videos.