By Travis Uresk
Ft. Duchesne, Ut. 1/12/24 – Uintah County Deputy Lyman was dispatched to a residence in Ft. Duchesne where 31-year-old Victor Anthony Medina called 911 and reported if officers didn't get here quickly, he was going to kill his girlfriend.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) responded and located Victor. Victor was placed into handcuffs and put into the back of a BIA’s vehicle.
Deputy Lyman arrived and spoke with Victor’s girlfriend, and she stated that they had been arguing and Victor was irate. The victim said after he was irate, Victor called and reported that he was going to kill her.
The victim pushed Victor out of the home, and he made several attempts to get back inside by hitting and kicking the door.
Deputy Lyman then went and spoke with Victor and could tell he had been drinking by his eyes and from the odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The Deputy then transferred Victor to his handcuffs, placed him in his patrol vehicle, and transported him to the Uintah County Jail.
At the jail, Victor admitted that he said he was going to kill the victim while he was on the phone with dispatch. He also admitted to knowing there were children in the house during the time of the incident and to drinking alcohol.
Victor agreed and provided a Portable Breath Sample of .152.
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