Ogden police return to Stewart home after suspect's suicide

May 30 2013 - 4:58pm

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Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)
Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors. (Reynaldo Leal/Standard-Examiner)

OGDEN -- Several Ogden police investigators were at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 3268 Jackson Ave., on Wednesday.

But why isn't clear.

Weber County Attorney Dee Smith said it was his understanding that Ogden police investigators were fixing bullet holes and removing any items investigators may have left in the home, readying it to be turned over from the custody of prosecutors.

Officials with the Ogden Police Department were unable to comment.

Stewart, who was accused of killing a police officer and injuring five others in a Jan. 4, 2012, shootout at his home, was found hanged, in an apparent suicide, at the Weber County Jail on Friday.

 

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