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Davis Journal


Sep 09, 2022 10:49AM ● By Becky Ginos

Female driver suspect in hit and run

 Bountiful Police Officer Orozco is asking for the public’s help to identify the driver of this vehicle that was involved in a hit and run. The driver was a female in her 60s, who was smoking a cigarette. Please call BPD at 801-298-6000 with any information and reference 22-2530.

 One person extricated in car crash

Crews with South Davis Metro Fire had to extricate one person who was critically injured in a motor vehicle collision on 2600 South in Woods Cross. The accident happened Sept. 2 around 10 a.m. Members of the Technical Rescue team were on scene to assist. Crews successfully extricated the patient and transported them to a trauma center.

 Victims held at gunpoint after meeting someone to buy car

Davis County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to an armed robbery in Hooper last Sunday night when victims were held at gunpoint after meeting someone to buy a car. The victims were provided a remote location to meet up but when they arrived, two Caucasian males wearing white masks and driving a red four door sedan held them at gunpoint. This is a photo of the suspect’s vehicle. Currently, both suspects are at large and the DCSO is asking anyone with information to come forward and call Davis Dispatch at 801-451-4150. The suspects are described as:

Suspect 1 – Mid 30s Caucasian male with short brown hair and facial hair, wearing a white mask, blue shirt and blue jeans.

Suspect 2 – Caucasian male in his late 20s with short brown hair, wearing a white mask, rainbow/tie dye shirt, beige jogger style pants and sandals.

The DCSO would like to remind everyone that when buying or selling any item to a stranger, insist on meeting at a public location in the middle of the day. Many law enforcement agencies have dedicated areas equipped with safe trade stations that have video surveillance.

Add emergency  contacts to drivers license

North Davis Fire would like to remind drivers that If they have an emergency or are in an accident first responders may need to contact their loved ones. If they are not able to give that to them they can get that information from the Utah Drivers License information.

Drivers can add two emergency contacts on their drivers license information that only first responders can access in an emergency. To add contacts please visit the Department of Public Safety’s website.

 Pair suspects in burglary case

Bountiful Det. Williams is looking for help in identifying these two individuals who are suspects in a burglary case that occurred at the Bountiful Rec Center on July 9. The BPD is asking anyone who recognizes either individual, or has any additional information on the suspects to call Det. Williams directly at, 801-298-6156 and reference Case # 220002028.


 Structure fire in Centerville

South Davis Metro Fire responded to a structure fire in Centerville just before midnight last Saturday. When crews arrived they found moderate smoke conditions and a working fire in the ceiling area. The fire was brought under control and the structure  ventilated. No injuries to civilians or firefighters were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.