Summit County Justice Court

State Rep. Logan Wilde talks about his new appointment the Utah Dept. of Agriculture and Food (pending Senate approval) to and a look back on this year's legislative session. Summit County Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr has details on how the Utah Supreme Court Administrative Order is impacting the local Justice Court and with Summit County Council Candidates for Seat A - Incumbent Roger Armstrong and Pinebrook resident Jill Fellow discuss their reasons for running for office – a race that could be decided by delegates next week.

Summit County’s Justice Court has concluded the case of a defendant who made news more than a year ago—when he brandished a handgun in the field between Park City High and McPolin Elementary.

After a bench trial was conducted this fall, Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr found the man Guilty of Disorderly Conduct, an infraction. She sentenced the man with a fine, and ordered him to, again, go through a concealed-firearms course.

The charge in Justice Court was brought against 47-year-old Ningnan Li, after the incident on a Tuesday morning, November 14th of last year.

A Salt Lake resident is facing charges for speeding drunk down Highway 224 last spring, causing a crash for himself and another vehicle. The defendant has been summoned to appear in Summit County’s Justice Court in early December.

The charges were filed last week against 24-year-old William Russel Patton.

The Utah Highway Patrol filed a report on the incident that occurred May 23rd at about 7:30 pm.

Trooper Colton Freckleton said that two vehicles were northbound on 224, between Old Ranch Road and Bear Hollow Drive, both in the left lane.

A Summit Park woman has been convicted of animal cruelty after a neighbor's puppy died from strychnine poisoning, due to poison pellets the defendant had placed in her yard. Rick Brough has more.

A woman has been sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation for making terroristic threats over the phone in 2012 to clerks at the Summit County Justice Court. Rick Brough has more.