After pleading guilty, the man will spend the next 7 years in federal prison for federal child...
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.
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.
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.
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.
The lawsuit seeks $300,000 for the I-15 crash in August 2015, which resulted in misdemeanor and infraction charges against two individuals involved.
After pleading guilty, the man will spend the next 7 years in federal prison for federal child pornography charges.
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.
After authorities deemed the fatal shooting of a Riverdale woman was done in self-defense, her sister expressed anger and disbelief at the decision.
After holding his ex-girlfriend in his van with a knife, he eventually let her go and reported himself at the Clinton Police station.
Investigators also accused the couple of performing sex acts with clients, but those charges were dismissed.