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West Point man sentenced to federal prison for child pornography

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After pleading guilty, the man will spend the next 7 years in federal prison for federal child...

Police & Fire

Layton man agrees to plea deal in 2014 child sex abuse case

Brian E. Quintana pleaded guilty to one count of attempted sodomy on a child, a first-degree felony, in the 2nd District Court of Farmington on May 2.   


News

Davis School District pays $10K for 'drunk goggles' injuries

Thirteen-year-old Kylie Nielsen’s left ankle was broken in multiple places during an alcohol impairment simulation exercise in a health class in 2014, the Kaysville teen’s parents, Andrew and Camille Nielsen, said in a $275,000 2nd District Court civil lawsuit filed March 31.


Courts

DUI blood draws by UHP troopers now commonplace

UHP troopers state-certified in phlebotomy use such blood draws for evidence, a method questioned by some as an unreliable, evidence-focused tool for law enforcement.


Police & Fire

Kaysville man accused of failure to pay $200,000 in taxes faces federal charges

An indictment was handed down on Friday, April 29, by a federal grand jury, charging David Brian Bybee of Kaysville with two counts of tax evasion and three counts of failure to pay taxes, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office news release.   


Courts

Wrongful-death suit names 2 drivers in 2015 crash that killed man and daughter

The lawsuit seeks $300,000 for the I-15 crash in August 2015, which resulted in misdemeanor and infraction charges against two individuals involved.


Courts

West Point man sentenced to federal prison for child pornography

After pleading guilty, the man will spend the next 7 years in federal prison for federal child pornography charges.


Courts

Malpractice lawsuit against Salt Lake City firm ends, awards Ogden woman $4.7M

Over $1 million in attorney fees and $3.5 million for the plaintiff were awarded against Salt Lake City-based law firm Craig Swapp & Associates.


Police & Fire

Riverdale fatal shooting deemed 'self-defense' angers victim's sister

After authorities deemed the fatal shooting of a Riverdale woman was done in self-defense, her sister expressed anger and disbelief at the decision.


Courts

Man who called police to report he committed an assault is sentenced to prison

After holding his ex-girlfriend in his van with a knife, he eventually let her go and reported himself at the Clinton Police station.


Courts

Centerville couple sentenced to probation for unlicensed massage therapy

Investigators also accused the couple of performing sex acts with clients, but those charges were dismissed.


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