The civil attorney was also critical of the University of Utah Police for not intervening to help the nurse.“She was rightfully afraid of her well-being,” added Porter.By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.TAYLORSVILLE, Utah -- A Utah man is getting national attention after he tracked down and confronted a woman who apparently stole packages from his porch, according to KSTU."I was determined to find the lady, and I had the inkling to drive around the neighborhood and look for her," Salmon said.Sex and travel, marriage and divorce, hunting and civilization, real life beneath the veneer of lovely wives and children all the widening paradoxes of modern life are grist for the mill of cartoonist Calvin Grondahl's wickedly facile imagination.The flash points of Grondahl's hilarious social commentary often occur on the cutting edge of connection between Mormons and non-Mormons, husbands and wives, conservatives and free spirits, and sexists and liberationists.
"She took off and did a U-turn on somebody's lawn to get away," Salmon added.
Salmon admits he was caught up in the moment, and the better option may have been to call police first.
Salmon said a package for his pregnant wife was delivered to his house on Monday.
Before Salmon could retrieve the package, a woman stole it from the family's front porch. Within an hour, Salmon posted the video to Facebook. If you're going to steal something in a neighborhood, why would you stay in the same neighborhood," Salmon said.