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Female Getting Evicted Takes Property Owner's Phone, Sends Message To Deputies Telling Them To Leave The Property


6/19/24


| Tridell, Ut. | June 18th, 2024 |


Deputy Pratt was patrolling the Vernal area when other Uintah County Deputies asked him to assist them in serving an eviction notice in the Tridell area.


Deputies searched the property for the tenants who had run and hid from them.


While conducting their investigation and search of the property at the owner's request and serving the eviction paperwork, Deputy Neilson received a text message from the property owner's cell phone number asking the deputies to leave the property and that he no longer wanted them there.


We stopped conducting our investigation and searching the property and met the property owner and his daughter, 36-year-old Brittanny Adair Curletto, on the county road.


It should be known that Brittanny's husband, David Curletto, was one of the individuals the deputies were looking for. David also has a warrant for his arrest.


When deputies spoke with the property owner, it came to their attention that he didn't send the deputy the text message asking them to leave the property. He had let his daughter Brittanny use the phone to make a phone call.


While she had the phone, she sent the deputy a message requesting they stop conducting their business. She then deleted the message from her dad's phone in an attempt to keep him from knowing it had been sent.


Brittany did not have her father's consent to ask the police to stop the search. Brittanny was arrested on a Class A misdemeanor, Obstruction of Justice, for hindering an investigation in searching for her husband, David Currletto.


Brittanny Curletto was later released.


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