Boy to remain at correction center
Friday , June 28, 2013 - 9:58 PM
OGDEN — A judge has ruled that a 15-year-old boy charged with the murders of his younger brothers will remain at Farmington Bay Youth Correction Center.
Aza Ray Vidinhar appeared before Judge Janice L. Frost in 2nd District Juvenile Court by video camera for a detention hearing Friday. He is charged with two counts of murder. Those charges were filed by the Davis County Attorney’s Office on Thursday in conjunction with a motion to have the boy certified as an adult. If a judge certifies him as an adult, the case will be moved to the adult court.
Aza Vidinhar is accused of stabbing his two younger brothers, Alex Vidinhar, 10, and Benjie Vidinhar, 4. The boys’ bodies were found on May 22 in their home. Aza Vidinhar was supposed to be watching them but had disappeared. The Davis County Sheriff’s Office identified him and located him in Layton several hours later.
An initial appearance hearing is set for 11 a.m.
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