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Vernal Man Claims His Neighbors Were Burning Him With A Laser


Posted by Travis Uresk | April 30th, 2023 | Intoxicated |


By Travis Uresk

4/30/23


Vernal, Utah- On 4/9/23, Cpl. Randall responded to a residence in Vernal where a male reported that someone was pointing a laser into his residence.

As Cpl. Randall arrived at the home. A male identified as 47-year-old David Tell Sharp met the Officer on the porch. David asked the Officer if he had seen the lasers. Cpl. Randall said, "I had not."

David stated a drone was flying and looking into his front door, and one of his neighbors had been pointing a laser into his residence, burning him.

While the Officer was speaking with David, he noticed that he was sweating, and at the time of their interaction was 51 degrees. Davis was talking so fast, which made him hard to understand.

Mr. Sharp shares the home with a couple of family members. Cpl. Randall spoke with them, and they stated how David was acting scared them. One of them stated every time David drinks, he acts out, and the last time he acted this way, he threatened the neighbors.

She also stated David walked to the store and bought some beer. There was a 12-pack of Budweiser bottles on the kitchen table. The other female family member stated she locked herself in her room because of David's behavior scaring her.

It was learned that David had used methamphetamine recently.

David's behavior caused the two female family members to fear for their safety, and David was placed under arrest.

David was transported to the Uintah County Jail, where a records check was performed. Cpl. Randall noted that the court ordered David to abstain from the use, possession, control, delivery, production, manufacture, or distribution of alcohol.

Davis was booked in jail on the following charges:

-One count of unlawful purchase, possession, or consumption of alcohol by an interdicted person.

-One count of intoxication.

-One count of disorderly conduct.




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