FARMINGTON -- The defendant was ready to be sentenced. His attorney and the prosecutor were ready to go forward with the sentence.
The victim, Gary Turley, was also in court.
But Judge David Connors recommended the sentencing hearing be continued until the attorneys and the defendant, Steven Kent Hogge, all have a chance to review the pre-sentence report.
"The recommendation is different from the prosecutor's statements," said Connors, who had a copy of the pre-sentence report.
Connors set Feb. 14 for another sentencing hearing so both sides have time to receive and review the report.
Both Defense Attorney Mark Arnold and Deputy Davis County Attorney Steve Major agreed they had not received a copy of the report from Adult Probation and Parole.
Major said he was comfortable with going forward with the sentencing hearing, because of an agreement between his office and Arnold when Hogge entered his guilty plea.
But based on the recommendation from Connors, Arnold asked that he have time to get a copy of the report written by AP&P and review it.
No one from AP&P was in the courtroom for the hearing Tuesday to answer questions from the attorneys and judge about the location of the report.
Hogge, 41, entered a guilty plea Dec. 20 to burglary, a third-degree felony.
Hogge was first charged with a second-degree felony theft and second-degree felony burglary.
Hogge, along with several other defendants, took part in stealing a safe that contained almost $200,000 out of Turley's West Bountiful home in September.
Two other defendants, Joshua Cameron Watts, 19, of West Valley City, and Wayne Jerry Clark, 24, are also charged in the case. Both face charges of second-degree felony theft and second-degree felony burglary.
Watts is scheduled to be in court Tuesday. Clark's next court hearing is set for Feb. 21. Both have pleaded not guilty to the charges.