OGDEN -- Weber County Prosecutor Letitia Toombs said Wednesday morning in 2nd District Juvenile Court that she is awaiting a forensic analysis of computer data seized from the home of accused Roy High School bomber Joshua Hoggan.
She said she expects to receive the results of the analysis soon.
Hoggan was in court Wednesday for a status hearing on allegations that he and fellow student Dallen Morgan plotted to set off an bomb in Roy High School in early February.
Hoggan has undergone a psychological evaluation for the defense and Toone said she may request her own independent evaluation.
Hoggan was wearing a white shirt, dark tie, and appeared in court with his parents for the 30-minute hearing. He is free on bail but under electronic monitoring at his family home.
Hoggan's next court date is April 17 to set further review the status of the case.
A date of June 13-15 has been set aside for a preliminary hearing to determine if there is sufficient evidence that a crime has been committed and that Hoggan may have committed it. That will be followed by a certification hearing to determine if he will be tried as an adult.