Watch Command Log Reporting Period:
6 a.m. Monday, June 27, 2016 – 6 a.m. Tuesday, June 28, 2016
SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Police Department receives hundreds of calls for service each day. Not all calls result in a report or arrest. Compiled by Watch Commanders in the field, the Watch Log is a summary of events that stand out to them in a given 24-hour period. Call times listed are approximate and typically reflect the first call received by SLC911 (Dispatch) for a given case. 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. To see a list of completed calls for service in the last 48 hours, visit slcpd.com/policecallsforservice.
390 S. 500 W.
A male victim reported that he had initially been chased by Hondurans who were angry that his friend had “ripped them off”. As he was fleeing the Hondurans, he encountered three white males in their mid 20’s who accused his friend of stealing from them. The white males threatened the victim with a knife and stole his superman shirt, old navy jeans, and shoes that he was wearing.
Aggravated assault, CED deployment
616 S. 200 W.
Dispatch received a 911 hang up at The Rodeway Inn. Officers arrived and found that a fight had occurred on the fourth floor. They found the victim on the floor with a head trauma in a semi-conscious condition. Justin Wilkens 40, was on the floor next to the victim. Wilkens became very aggressive and began attacking the victim again, the officer deployed at tazer. After Wilkens was in custody he said he had used crack cocaine and spice. The victim was taken to a local hospital. According to Wilkens he tried to call 911 about something that was bothering him. He kept getting Blue Stakes (811). Wilkens knocked on the victim’s door and demanded the victim’s phone. Victim refused so Wilkens head butted the victim and then beat him with his hands and feet in addition to choking him.
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