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Armed robbery suspect faces charges in 7 incidents, could be charged with more

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Police say he’s connected to as many as 14 armed robberies in Weber and Davis counties. 

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Kidnapped woman testifies she thought she was going to die

Dwayne Taylor Rowland, 47, of Bountiful, is accused of abducting his wife and their son in January 2014.


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Victim: Borrowed jeans, social media messages led to stabbing

Man suffers six stab wounds, and Jacquan David Wilson faces an attempted-murder charge.


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Trial opens for Utah businessman at center of AG scandal

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah businessman who was a key figure in an influence-peddling scandal that ensured two former attorneys general is on trial for fraud. Prosecutors said during opening arguments Monday that Jeremy Johnson lied to banks to create dozens of shell companies so his online...


Government

Bill advances to change justice court judge requirement from diploma to degree

A high school diploma would no longer be enough to serve as a justice court judge if the measure passes.


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Armed robbery suspect faces charges in 7 incidents, could be charged with more

Police say he’s connected to as many as 14 armed robberies in Weber and Davis counties. 


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Woman sentenced to jail for DUI crash that injured retired sheriff's sergeant

On Sept. 6, 2015, police said they responded to a hit-and-run crash at 681 S. 1900 West in Marriott-Slaterville, where a man had suffered injuries after his motorcycle was hit by another vehicle that left the scene, according to a probable cause affidavit.


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Utah judge denies new sentencing hearing for man convicted of attempted murder

Stepan Badikyan, 51, claimed he didn’t understand what was happening during his sentencing hearing due to a problem with his interpreter.


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15 years after murder of infant, mother pleads to keep killer in prison

Her 4-month-old son was brutally murdered in 2001. The boy’s father was found guilty of the crime and sentenced nearly fifteen years ago. 


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North Ogden man convicted of sex with minor asks for health-related furlough

OGDEN — A defendant convicted of unlawful sex with a minor is asking for a reduced jail sentence due to several medical concerns. Ryan Schaffer, 35, appeared Feb. 1 in the 2nd District Court of Ogden with his attorney, Paul Remy, for a request to furlough his remaining jail sentence for...


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Attorneys want to force-medicate mentally ill suspect in 2008 murder

Phillip Simmons is charged with one count of murder, a first-degree felony. He is accused of stabbing Suzanne Fry 51 times on Jan. 20, 2008, in her Bountiful apartment. She was 57.


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