Authorities are seeking help finding five persons of interest in the fire that sparked between Waterfall Canyon and Taylor Canyon Wednesday in Ogden. While the cause is currently unknown, investigators are looking for five males in their early 20s or late teens, described as two...
Anyone with information about suspicious activity near the sites of two Ogden grass fires should call Weber County emergency dispatchers at 801 629-8221, said Ogden Deputy Fire Chief Eric Bauman.
Roy police said in charging documents Moss threatened to kill her son and pointed a loaded handgun at him and SWAT officers.
A brush fire near Waterfall Canyon officials say may have been started by five teenagers is 70 percent contained, according to the Ogden Fire Department.
Two of the horse’s legs were broken off and the sculpture received scratches from striking the cement ground.
Michelle Jenny Vigil, 23, was sentenced to one to 15 years in prison Wednesday. She pled guilty to two counts of robbery on June 15.
Marion Herrera, 40, was found dead May 22. Sheriff’s officials said Herrera was booked on theft and forgery allegations and was in heroin withdrawal.
Sgt. DeeAnn Servey with the sheriff’s office said someone had pried the lock off a door to the Mountain View Contracting Warehouse at 972 E. South Weber Drive, suite A, and that $2,000 worth of equipment had been stolen.
Isela Huerta Carranza, 17, died March 10, 2014. A suit filed by her mother, Adriana Delaluz, alleges the Clearfield Job Corps staff was negligent in dealing with the 17-year-old girl’s diabetic condition and lied to cover up the failure after she suffered seizures and cardiac arrest.