LOGAN, Utah — A total of 46 inmates at the Cache County Jail have tested positive for COVID-19, authorities said.. An inmate at the jail began experiencing symptoms of the disease on Aug. 22, according to a Wednesday news release from the Cache County Sheriff’s Office. Posted - Sep. 1, 2020 at 2:33 p.m. NIBLEY, Utah – A man is in the hospital after a Wednesday morning stabbing that ended with a police chase in Cache County.. Deputies responded to a call at approximately 5 a.m. at a Maverik located in the area of 3100 South and Highway 165. Authorities pursued him as he drove in the direction of Logan City.According to CCSO, Nalepa’s vehicle stopped in Logan in the area of 150 West and 100 North. According to a statement released Wednesday evening from Cache County Sheriff Chad Jensen, an inmate at the jail began experiencing symptoms associated with the novel coronavirus on Aug. 22. Kaufman’s family drove him to a gas station in NIbley and called 911.“A tourniquet was applied by responders to stop the bleeding which was life-threatening,” according to a police affidavit.Kaufman was taken by ambulance to Logan Regional Hospital and then flown by medical helicopter to Intermountain Medical Center in Murray.A Utah Highway Patrol trooper and a Logan police officer spotted Nalepa’s truck on U.S. 89 near Wellsville and attempted to pull him over, but he “fled at a high rate of speed, committing numerous traffic offenses such as running stop signs, jumping curbs and driving with a complete and total disregard for public safety,” the affidavit states.The chase ended in Logan when Nalepa drove to the home of his estranged wife, according to the affidavit.“Once there, he exited the vehicle with his hands up, however (he) totally disregarded verbal commands given for him to surrender as he walked toward the doorway, intent on seeing his wife,” according to the affidavit.Logan police officers tackled Nalepa, who was carrying a knife in his pocket, the affidavit states.After he was arrested, Nalepa “admitted to consuming a great deal of alcohol at the campsite. Ronald admitted to arguing with (Kaufman) and then getting so angry that he pulled a knife out of his pocket and stabbed him,” according to the affidavit. Pat Reavy, KSL The victim, a 31-year-old man, was transported to the hospital. Read the rest … He was later transported by helicopter to a hospital in Murray.The Utah Highway Patrol located a suspect, Ronald D. Nalepa, 39, of Logan, who was driving in the Wellsville area. SALT LAKE CITY — A Logan man accused of stabbing another man at a camp in Cache County last week is facing numerous charges.Ronald Daniel Nalepa, 39, was charged Monday in 1st District Court with aggravated assault, a second-degree felony; failing to stop at the command of police, a third-degree felony; using a weapon during a fight, DUI and failing to stop for police, both class A misdemeanors; carrying a weapon while under the influence and reckless driving, both class B misdemeanors; intoxication, a class C misdemeanor; and disorderly conduct, an infraction.On Wednesday, Nalepa allegedly stabbed Jesse Kaufman, 31, in Millville Canyon, according to the Cache County Sheriff’s Office. Or, navigate to another city or town within Cache County, to view the local police frequencies. If available, see below for a list of known police frequencies for Smithfield, Utah. Program local police frequencies from Cache County, Utah into your scanner. Smithfield Police Frequencies. Box Elder County Public Safety: Public Safety : Box Elder: Salt Lake City Area NOAA Weather Radio KEC78: Other : Cache: Cache County and Logan Fire / EMS: Public Safety : Cache: Cache County Public Safety: Public Safety : Cache: WA7KMF 146.7200 MHz Mt. | Radio Big Bear Scanner: ScanSF - San Francisco Police/Fire/EMS Scanner: Stockton Police Dispatch: Ventura Police: Fairfield Vacaville and Suisun Cities Police Fire and EMS: San Diego Police Scanners: 1: Vallejo Police and Fire: Travis County Law Enforcement: Phoenix Police: Mesa County and Grand Junction Police, Fire, EMS: Evergreen Park Fire Deputies responded to a call at approximately 5 a.m. at a Maverik located in the area of 3100 South and Highway 165.According to a statement from the Cache County Sheriff’s Office, when authorities arrived they discovered a man who “had a significant stab wound to the arm.”A witness said the victim had been driven to the gas station from a transient camp located in Millville Canyon.