LAYTON — A 24-year-old Fruit Heights man has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of lewdness for a June 5, 2015, incident involving a 17-year-old girl.
A Weber County couple convicted in a series of fraud schemes is fighting more than $1.6 million in restitution orders sought by federal prosecutors.
Utah justice court judges last year issued 17 percent more civil bench warrants, which compel people to pay debt judgments or face jail time.
BRIGHAM CITY — A man who died while awaiting booking in the Box Elder County Jail had ingested more than 10 times the amount of strychnine necessary to kill a person, investigative reports show.
OGDEN — A 58-year-old Roy woman is scheduled to stand trial next month on a felony charge stemming from a SWAT standoff last summer.
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge has rejected a woman’s allegations that she was sexually harassed, discriminated against and fired in retaliation for complaints she lodged while she worked as a part-time firefighter for Clinton city.
SALT LAKE CITY — Ogden Metro SWAT officers had a right to search a man’s house in a deadly standoff because he was a threat to himself and others, an attorney representing local police agencies argued in court papers Tuesday, March 21.
Two women who provide crisis support to sexual assault victims are beginning to have hope that Utah really will eliminate its backlog of untested rape kits.
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