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Watch Log: Friday, August 24, 2012

The Watch Command Log is a daily summary of events of significance compiled by Watch Commanders. There are three watches in a 24-hour period: days, afternoons and graveyards. Items contained in the Watch Command Log are based on information available at the time of its release and should not be interpreted as an admission or finding of guilt. Arrest information may differ from formal charges filed by the prosecuting agency.

DAY SHIFT

No significant events.

AFTERNOON SHIFT

No significant events.

 GRAVEYARD SHIFT

2201
Shooting
640 S. Pueblo Street
12-148466

A 31-year-old man who had been shot in the leg was taken to a local hospital by relatives. The victim, who was in stable condition, did not cooperate with officers about what happened. Officers responding to the scene of the shooting found David Komoto (9/17/87) attempting to wash away blood. When Remo Komoto (6/3/89) was questioned by officers his account was clearly not supported by the evidence. David and Remo Komoto were booked into jail for obstruction of justice. This investigation is ongoing.

2219
Man with a Gun
661 E. Warnock Avenue
12-148486

Eduardo Miller (8/5/86) was heavily intoxicated as he knocked on a residential door and asked to enter. The resident did not open the door and called police. Responding officers contacted Miller, who was armed, and took him into custody without incident. Miller was booked into jail on charges of possession of a firearm by an intoxicated person, public intoxication and disturbing the peace.

0334
Foot Pursuit
1955 E. 2700 S.
12-148673

Officers saw a 19-year-old man riding an ATV without any lights. When officers attempted to stop the ATV, the man abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot. K9 responded and located the man, who was taken into custody. Officers attempted to book him into jail on charges of fleeing from an officer but the jail refused the man for medical reasons. This case will be presented to the District Attorney’s Office for charges.

Contact: Reporters seeking comment should contact the Public Information Officer at 801.799.NEWS (6397).

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