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Police seek man accused of reckless driving, lewdness

(Pleasant Grove Police Department)

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PLEASANT GROVE — Police were looking Thursday for a man they say drove recklessly through a residential area before pulling up to a random house, urinating on the front porch and then driving off again.

About 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, witnesses reported a Chevy Blazer, possibly gold or champagne colored, traveling at a high rate of speed and recklessly through a neighborhood where it "took out a few garbage cans," said Pleasant Grove Police Sgt. Austin Edwards.

A few blocks later, the driver parked in a random driveway, got out and urinated on the front porch, Edwards said. The incident was recorded on the homeowner's surveillance camera.

"There's a likelihood he was impaired," Edwards said.

The man, who police believe may live in the same area, was described as white, about 6 feet tall and 185 pounds, with a full beard.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police at 801-785-3506.


Pat Reavy


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