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Man who called police to report he committed an assault is sentenced to prison

FARMINGTON — A judge said a 30-year-old man who tried to kidnap and assault a woman, then turned himself into police, was a danger to society.


Centerville couple sentenced to probation for unlicensed massage therapy

FARMINGTON — Despite accusations from law enforcement, a Centerville couple maintains there were no sex acts with, or videotaping of, clients who came to their home for massages two years ago.

Police & Fire

Bountiful man sentenced to 6 months in jail for DUI and hitting police cars

FARMINGTON — A judge told a man who drove while his alcohol level was three times over the legal limit was lucky no was hurt or killed when he led police on a high-speed chase in Davis County last summer.


Clinton man pleads guilty to four child sex abuse charges

CLINTON — A 36-year-old Clinton man admitted that he sexually abused four children under the age of 14 over a period of four years. 


Ted Kay chainsaw art

Ted Kay of West Point carves wood sculptures with a chainsaw.


Ogden man sentenced to prison for shooting his friend to death

OGDEN — A 24-year-old man was sentenced to prison for fatally shooting to death a 34-year-old Ogden man. 


Judge rules murder charge to stand against man accused of Sunset stabbing

FARMINGTON — A judge ruled there is enough evidence for a murder charge to stand against a 35-year-old man who is accused of stabbing to death 31-year-old Tyler Eastabrook, even though he claimed he was fearful for his life.


Ogden Hi-Fi murders still fresh memories for community, investigators

Sarah McClennan was driving home from Brigham City after a full day of teaching on April 23, 1974, when she heard on the radio that several people were heinously tortured and killed at the Hi-Fi Stereo Shop the day before.

Police & Fire

Man accused of trying to burn down a family member's home in West Bountiful

WEST BOUNTIFUL — A 41-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for suspicion of setting a family member’s home on fire.


Crafters Anonymous: Utah quilters hope to offer jobs to refugees

SALT LAKE CITY — Esperance Rugomwa doesn’t talk much about her life before she left Rwanda when the genocide began.

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