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Roy man sentenced after pleading guilty to soliciting nude photos from minors

James Robert Louis Wood WEB ONLY

James Robert Louis Wood, 19, appeared before Judge Noel Hyde to be sentenced on three counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, a second-degree felony.


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Layton teenager charged with murder in shooting death of Sunset man

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A Layton teenager accused of shooting a 19-year-old Sunset man is being charged as an adult in 2nd District Court.


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Layton lawmaker wants deeper look at Utah death penalty costs

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The brunt of death penalty appeal costs fall upon the local government. In Weber County, killer Doug Lovell’s case is costing the county at least $100,000 a year just for his defense.


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West Point man formally charged with murder in connection with shooting death

Robin William Lundin

Robin William Lundin, 28, was formally charged Monday with one count of first-degree felony murder, according to online court documents.


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State may demand death reports from jails, prisons

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Cindy Farnham-Stella — the mother of Heather Miller, 28, who died of a massive injury at the Davis County Jail — said she’s happy changes are being made. Families of the dead “are hopefully seeing some light,” she said.


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Man convicted of stabbing roommate over pair of jeans sentenced to prison

Wilson, Jacquan David

On Sept. 28, a jury convicted Jacquan David Wilson of stabbing another Layton man six times on Nov. 24, 2015, outside of the man’s apartment.


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Layton man pleads guilty to shooting, killing roommate in December 2016

Christopher Scott Fritz

Christopher Scott Fritz, 20, entered a guilty plea Thursday afternoon to one count of first-degree felony murder, according to court records.


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Ogden leads the state with 8 reported hate crimes in 2016

Vandals hit Brigham City home Sunday

Ogden led the state with eight reported hate crimes in 2016, but the process of accurately reporting the crimes in the United States has plenty of critics.


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