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An Intoxicated Male Was Dropped Off At The Uintah County Court House By His Brother And Then Leaves


| Vernal, Ut. | May 7th, 2024 |

A Uintah County Deputy was called to the Uintah County Justice Court at 641 East 300 South, where an off-duty officer reported that a male was intoxicated.

The off-duty officer stated that the male had urinated and defecated himself and had identified the male as 59-year-old Dean Anderson.

Deputy Ouderkirk arrived at the waiting area and found Dean attempting to leave the Court. Upon walking into the room, the odor of fecal matter was readily apparent and disorienting.

The deputy asked Dean to stay standing while they spoke, but he said he couldn't and needed to sit. Dean was informed the police were called because he was reported to be intoxicated and to have urinated and defecated on himself.

Deputy Ouderkirk asked Dean why he was doing these things. Dean stated that last night, "things got crazy." When asked to clarify, he stated that he was drinking last night.

Dean stated that his brother dropped him off for Court. Deputies attempted to find the brother to facilitate Dean's removal from the court building, but they were unable to locate Dean's brother.

Dean Anderson was arrested for one count of intoxication. While being placed in handcuffs, the odor of alcohol was present, but the odor of fecal matter was overpowering the smell of alcohol when speaking with Dean at a distance of over six feet.

Dean was booked into the Uintah County Jail and may post bail in the amount of $230.00.

If Dean posts bail, he is hereby ordered to be released subject to the following conditions:

Promise to appear for all required court proceedings.

Promise not to commit any criminal offense.

Report your contact information and any change in address, phone, or email to the Court and your attorney within one business day of the change.

Complete Pretrial Supervision intake appointment within 72 hours after jail release.

Receive hearing date reminders.

Report in person 1x per month for supervision appointment.

Report to Pretrial Supervision immediately after jail release.

In those jurisdictions where pretrial release and supervision authority have been granted by written agreement, defendants may be released to pretrial services without posting bail, consistent with the terms of that agreement.

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