Courts

Liberty couple faces federal prison time in bank fraud

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Two residents of Liberty face up to 30 years in prison on felony charges in which prosecutors say...

Courts

Northern Utah Autism Program volunteer accused of stealing $5K in donations

Rebecca Irene Campos Northern Utah Autism Program

Rebecca Irene Campos, 31, is accused of stealing more than $5,000 in private donations from the Northern Utah Autism Program while she was serving as its parent volunteer group’s president.


Courts

Liberty couple faces federal prison time in bank fraud

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Two residents of Liberty face up to 30 years in prison on felony charges in which prosecutors say the couple fraudulently obtained bank loans, sold a $1.1 million home without reporting the income in a bankruptcy and bought a $100,000 boat and trailer with the funds.


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DUI charges dropped against Layton woman with negative test results

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Judge Robert Dale approved the motion to dismiss charges against Amanda Houghton on Tuesday, Nov. 29, according to 2nd District Justice Court documents.  


Courts

Vernal man sentenced to prison for sexually abusing 13-year-old girl

Slaugh, Michael Myron

A judge sentenced a 19-year-old Vernal man to serve 3 years to life at the Utah State Prison for sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl.


Police & Fire

Ogden man arrested after severe beating at park put victim on life support

Michael Jason Gomez 2

Court documents filed in connection with the case say a witness saw Michael Jason Gomez, 42, slam the victim’s head onto the concrete several times and repeatedly punch and kick him at Ogden’s Jefferson Park.


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Child pornography charges dismissed against former McKay-Dee Hospital doctor

David Ford Wilson WEB ONLY

A judge has ruled there’s insufficient evidence to prove a former doctor downloaded child pornography on his work computer.


Courts

Community invited to submit comments about Ogden, Roy judge nominees

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Nominees have been announced for two vacancies at Ogden City Justice Court and one vacancy at Roy City Justice Court. 


Government

Extreme backlog of autopsies delays Utah death investigations

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A longstanding backlog in autopsies, toxicology tests and final reports on Utah death investigations only promises to get worse, despite efforts by the state to partially catch up this year. Delays of several months often hold back homicide investigations, life insurance payouts, funeral payments...


Courts

Convicted killer from Ogden faces February trial in prison stabbing

Riqo Mariano Perea

Riqo Mariano Perea, 29, and two other inmates from Ogden are charged with aggravated assault in the July 27 attack on Roberto Joseph Duran Jr., who was stabbed 30 times and beaten but survived.


Courts

Trial set for convicted felon accused of kidnapping, robbing Maverik clerk

DUTCHIE, BENJAMIN

Benjamin Dutchie, already in prison on an unrelated case, goes to trial next May.


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