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Watch Log: Thursday, September 27, 2012

Updated information in red. 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

1901
Hit & Run
1400 W. 400 S.
12-170084

A blue or turquoise Dodge Caliber struck a 68-year-old female. She was crossing 400 South in the crosswalk in front of Sherwood Park. The suspect’s vehicle was last seen northbound on Redwood Road. The victim was listed in serious but stable condition.

2058
Bomb Threat
250 S. Main St. (Trax Platform)
12-170146

Anthony Mayhew (8/7/73) was making threatening statements about having a bomb in his backpack. He was holding some type of switch in his hand with wires leading into the backpack. Officers began negotiating with him to put the backpack down. At about 10:50 p.m. Mayhew stopped talking with officers. Approximately five minutes later, he started walking toward officers, who commanded him several times to stop. Fearing for their lives and given the credible threat of an explosive device, an officer fired one shot, striking the suspect. He died shortly thereafter. The officer has been placed on administrative leave per policy in an officer-involved shooting investigation.

GRAVEYARD SHIFT

2150
Auto Bicycle Accident
200 S. 300 W.
12-170169

A motorist was driving northbound on 300 West on a green light. An unidentified man on a bicycle was westbound on 200 South. The cyclist rode past several cars that were stopped for the red light at 300 West. The cyclist entered the intersection against the red light and was struck by the motorist. The cyclist was taken to a local hospital in critical condition.

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

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