Watch Command Log Reporting Period:
6 a.m. Sunday, July 5, 2020 – 6 a.m. Monday, July 6, 2020
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.
999 S Main St.
Around 4:30 a.m. Medical responded to the above address on an injured 5-year-old victim. At the time they believed his head injury may have been from a dropped phone and the injury was minor. Police were not called to the apartment as it was believed to be a medical issue. At 9:00 a.m. the mother found a bullet hole in the window/blinds of the room. The 5-year-old victim was still bleeding from the head. The child was transported to a local Hospital.
1364 S. Major St.
The victim met a prostitute at the listed address. While the victim was inside, he was physically attacked by a male and two females. They took the victim’s car keys and left in his vehicle.
1023 W. Fremont Ave
Officers responded to a shooting complaint near Jordan River Park. The victim had self-transported to a local hospital with a gunshot to his foot. He stated that two groups of young adults were arguing. As one of the groups was leaving the scene in a vehicle the victim yelled at the vehicle because of how they were driving. He stated someone within the vehicle began shooting at him, striking him in the foot. Shell casings were recovered at the scene.
There were two protests scheduled. One was related to open carry at the Capitol in the morning. Approximately 10 people attended and there were no issues.
The second protest began at 2:00 p.m. and went until about 8:00 p.m. at Liberty Park. About 200 people attended the event. Attendees marched around the park and then out of the park to the East and West. Intersections around the park were blocked at the end of the march interrupting traffic trying to leave the park.
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