FARMINGTON -- Prosecutors agreed to the release of a 27-year-old man from jail, saying there were problems with the affidavit that claimed probation violations.
Nathaniel David Lantz appeared before Judge Michael G. Allphin in 2nd District Court on Monday. He had been booked in Davis County Jail on Jan. 10 on two $100,000 warrants after Adult Probation and Parole agents filed an affidavit saying he had violated his three-year probation.
Lantz had pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree felony robbery Dec. 27, 2010, and admitted to robbing several Clearfield fast-food restaurants during summer 2010.
Deputy Davis County Attorney Rick Westmoreland said, "We agreed to release (Lantz) from jail because there were issues with the affidavit, but he's still on zero tolerance."
Lantz's sentences of three years to life in Utah State Prison have been suspended for the probation.