SALT LAKE CITY — A three-day federal jury trial has been set for Bugman Pest and Lawn Inc., of Bountiful, and Raymond Wilson, Jr.
Raymond Wilson, Sr., the owner of Bugman Pest and Lawn, appeared in federal court on Tuesday, along with his son, Raymond Wilson, Jr.
The corporation and Raymond Wilson Jr., pleaded not guilty to five counts of unlawful use of registered pesticide, class A misdemeanors.
The charges deal with the use of Fumitoxin pellets around homes from Aug. 27, 2009, to Sept. 3, 2009.
None of the charges are in connection with the deaths of Rachel and Rebecca Toone, of Layton, who died several days after another employee, Coleman Nocks, treated the lawn of the family’s home for pests in February of 2010. Nocks, who no longer works for Bugman Pest and Lawn, has been charged with three counts of unlawful use of a registered pesticide, class A misdemeanors. His trial is set for October.
The three-day trial for Bugman Pest and Lawn Inc. and Raymond Wilson, Jr., is set for July 26 to July 28.
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