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Watch Command Log Reporting Period:
6 a.m. Tuesday, November 25, 2014 – 6 a.m. Wednesday, November 26, 2014 

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, please visit

10:23 a.m.
Bank Robbery
783 N. Redwood Rd.

A man entered the bank, approached a teller, and demanded money. The teller complied and the man fled east. An alert officer from the Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division saw a man running from the bank and pursued him, catching him nearby. The money was recovered and Christopher Martinez (1/4/95) was booked for the robbery.

4:24 p.m.
Bank Robbery
778 S. Main St.


The suspect in the photos (above) entered the bank, brandished a weapon and threatened employees, ordering everyone to the floor. He demanded money, and the teller complied. The suspect fled in a small gray 4-door sedan, last seen headed westbound along 800 South.  

Suspect description: 

  • Male Hispanic adult
  • 5 feet 8 inches tall
  • Slim build
  • 25-30 years of age
  • Black hoodie and gray sweatpants
  • Blue bandana 

To share information about this or other criminal activity with the Salt Lake City Police Department, please call (801) 799-3000. To remain anonymous, text us your crime tips to 274637. Start the text with the keyword TIPSLCPD (which routes it to SLCPD), then a space, followed by the relevant information or photos. Reference: crimetip