Don’t expect to see any ballistic missile warnings, real or otherwise, from Utah emergency agencies.
Lawsuits and other civil liability claims have sought millions of dollars in damages from the Davis County Sheriff’s Office over the past eight years, yet records show claimants have succeeded in collecting only $2,262 in compensation.
OGDEN — Weber County has filed court documents denying wrongful-death allegations by the husband of a woman who died while undergoing heroin withdrawal in the county jail.
FARMINGTON — Davis County is facing a $2 million wrongful-death claim over allegations that the county jail deprived a woman of life-sustaining prescription medications after she was booked on a traffic-related offense.
Over the past three years, Weber County Jail inmates reported maggots, mold, and dirt in their meals, and health inspectors cited the food service contractor with an unrelated series of critical violations, according to county records.
FARMINGTON — Police are investigating the death of a 33-year-old man who collapsed in the Davis County Jail’s booking area on Dec. 14, 2017, law enforcement officials say.
A new law sets up a state-sponsored sales channel for police agencies to dispose of confiscated or unclaimed firearms while still allowing authorities the option of destroying guns used in notorious crimes.
SALT LAKE CITY — Their lawsuit targets only the Davis County Jail, but Cynthia Farnham-Stella and her attorneys hope it will catalyze improvements to prevent inmate deaths throughout Utah.
FARMINGTON — Davis County officials are transferring three finance positions out of the sheriff’s office, a follow-up step threatened by commissioners after a series of audits spotlighted questionable spending practices.
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal lawsuit alleges the Davis County Jail negligently handled the care of a woman who died of a massive blunt-force spleen injury several hours after she fell from a cell bunk.