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Male Says Ex-Wife Is Using The Court System Against Him And He Quit His Job Because Of His Anger Problems


| Vernal, Ut. | June 8th, 2024 |

Deputy Fairey was dispatched to a disorderly incident, and while en route, dispatch advised that 39-year-old Kyle Joseph Jablonski was at the residence screaming at his ex-wife.

The complainant told dispatch that there is currently a protective order between her and Kyle, and their children are listed as protected parties. The complainant stated that Kyle was saying he wanted to see his children, and he had been acting as if he were under the influence of a controlled substance.

Dispatch indicated that Kyle had left the residence on a red motorcycle heading eastbound toward Vernal City. A short time later, Vernal City Police units radioed that they had located Kyle and the red motorcycle and conducted a traffic stop.

Deputy Fairey arrived at the residence and spoke with the complainant, who was emotional and visibly shaken after the interaction with Kyle.

The complainant stated she and her children were getting ready to go to the lake when she heard a knock on the door. When she opened the door, Kyle was standing in the residence carport.

The complainant said Kyle had blood on his mouth and was making statements that he was dying and wanted to see the children. Kyle was extremely agitated and began yelling. The complainant said she returned to the house, locked the door, and called 9-1-1.

The complainant showed Deputy Fairey a cellphone video of a portion of her interaction with Kyle. In the video, Kyle can be seen yelling and behaving aggressively and erratically towards the female.

Deputy Fairey then proceeded to the traffic stop location where assisting officers were dealing with Kyle. Kyle had been uncooperative and began resisting officers after being informed that he was under arrest. Kyle was brought under control and placed into handcuffs.

Prior to placing Kyle into a patrol vehicle, a search of his clothing was conducted by an assisting deputy, who located a THC vape and a baggie containing marijuana.

Kyle remained uncooperative and initially refused to step into the patrol vehicle. After being seated in the patrol vehicle, Kyle again became agitated and began banging his head on the prisoner's cage.

Assisting officers found that the registration of the red motorcycle had been revoked, and there was no insurance since February 2024. Kyle's driver's license had also been run and did not show that he had obtained a motorcycle operator endorsement.

During the transport to the jail, Kyle made statements regarding the incident in which he disagreed with the protective order and that his ex-wife was using the court system against him. Kyle also stated that he had recently quit his job due to his aggression and anger issues and that he had considered harming his fellow employees.

Kyle remained uncooperative and stated that he would not comply with jail officers. Kyle was subsequently placed into a restraint chair due to his non-compliance.

A deputy arrived at the jail with a backpack that Kyle had been in possession of during the time of the traffic stop. The assisting deputy had searched the backpack prior to bringing it into the jail and located a pipe, a marijuana grinder, and a baggie in an outer pocket. A later search by jail personnel resulted in additional items of drug paraphernalia being located in the backpack.

Due to his volatility, Kyle was not interviewed about the incident or arrest.

While researching Kyle's criminal history it was learned that Kyle had been served with a criminal summons on May 30th of this year. The charges on the summons stemmed from previous violations of this protective order that occurred in April 2024.

Kyle Jablonski was booked into the Uintah County Jail on the following charges:

3rd degree felony violation of a protective order (priors).

Misdemeanor B interference with arresting officer.

Misdemeanor B possession of marijuana.

Misdemeanor B possession/use of drug paraphernalia.

Misdemeanor C disorderly conduct.

Misdemeanor C is operating a vehicle with a revoked registration.

Misdemeanor C operating a vehicle without insurance.

Violation of driver's license provision, which is an infraction.

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