ST. GEORGE -- Auctioneers are set to sell off a variety of cars, flat-screen televisions and other items belonging to St. George businessman and fraud suspect Jeremy Johnson.
The Spectrum of St. George (http://bit.ly/oJgeaY ) reports defense attorneys say the Saturday sale is premature and they are trying to block it.
An auction official says the items include a plane that can land and take off on snow.
The 35-year-old Johnson has pleaded not guilty to one count of mail fraud stemming from allegations that his company iWorks bilked customers by charging them for products they never ordered.
He left jail last week on a $2.8 million bond.
Johnson faces a 20-year prison term if convicted.
Information from: The Spectrum, http://www.thespectrum.com