Watch Log: Thursday, April 4, 2013
Each day Salt Lake City Police Department receives hundreds of calls for service, not all of which result in a report or arrest. Compiled by Watch Commanders in the field, the Watch Log is a summary of significant events over the last 24-hour period. Items contained herein 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.
333 E. 100 S.
After an observant citizen witnessed suspicious activity at an apartment complex, he detained the suspect for police. Officers arrested Jeremy A. Lettow (10/28/81) and booked him into jail for criminal trespass and several outstanding warrants were served.
427 W. 200 South
A verbal altercation turned into a stabbing outside the St. Vincent DePaul Center. Mauricio Hernandez (09/27/91) stabbed the victim in the lower back. Officers booked Hernandez into jail for aggravated assault. As of this report, the victim, who was transported by ambulance to a local hospital, is in stable condition.
900 S. West Temple St.
A woman, 58, was hit by a vehicle while crossing 900 S. and West Temple against the light. The victim was transported in critical condition, but she has since been upgraded and is expected to survive her injuries. The driver was not cited.
1700 – 2100 hrs.
Street prostitution operation
South State Street
The Organized Crime Unit conducted a prostitution operation in the 1500 block of State Street. It resulted in six misdemeanor arrests and two felony drug charges:
- Cesar Chavez ( 5/17/85): sex solicitation
- Heshmat Dehghani ( 3/21/53): sex solicitation
- Manuel Apolinar-Torres ( 9/25/78): sex solicitation
- Amar Gamble (6/5/68): sex solicitation, possession of crack cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia
- Lisa Marie Darling-Wenrich (11/29/62): sex solicitation, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia
- Kamal Miyo (1/1/74): sex solicitation
Contact: Reporters seeking comment should contact the Public Information Officer at 801.799.NEWS (6397).