Convicted Utah child killer to get new psych evaluation for parole board

Sep 25 2013 - 6:14pm

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Alexander Bybee (Police photo)
Alexander Bybee (Police photo)

SALT LAKE CITY -- A parole board wants another psychological evaluation on a man imprisoned half his life for killing a small boy in 1996 before deciding if he will be let out.

The parole board wants to know if Alexander Bybee has psychopathic traits.

Bybee told a parole board last month that he's a good man who will be a thriving member of society if released.

Bybee was convicted of strangling his 6-year-old neighbor, Lance Guevarra, and burying the body in a shallow grave. The body wasn't found until a year later after Bybee, then 16, confessed.

The two lived in a mostly-polygamous town of Big Water near the Utah-Arizona state line.

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