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Ethan Stacy's father says 'There's no justice at all' for killer Sloop

Loretta Park, Standard-Examiner staff
Feb 6 2014 - 9:36am

PDF: Read the probable cause statement for Stephanie SloopPDF: Read the probable cause statement for Nathan SloopBOUNTIFUL -- Joe Stacy spent part of Tuesday walking in the area where his preschooler son's body was found almost four years ago."It was hard," said Joe Stacy as he held the hand of his wife, Becky Stacy, on Wednesday. Local...

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Stephanie Sloop's attorney files motion to delay another hearing

Loretta Park, Standard-Examiner staff
Nov 18 2013 - 6:19pm

FARMINGTON -- The defense attorney for Stephanie Sloop filed a motion asking to continue a four-day preliminary hearing.

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Nathan Sloop pleads not guilty in boy’s death; March trial set

Nathan Sloop listens during his arraignment Tuesday in Farmington. Sloop, 34, pleaded not guilty to felony counts of aggravated murder, intentionally inflicting serious injury on a child, obstructing justice and abuse or desecration of a human body in the 2010 death of his 4-year-old stepson, Ethan Stacy. (CHRIS DETRICK/Pool photo)

Loretta Park
Aug 13 2013 - 10:48pm

FARMINGTON -- Trial dates have been set for Nathanael Sloop, who is charged with the death of his 4-year-old stepson, Ethan Stacy.Before the dates were set, Sloop entered not-guilty pleas to the capital murder charge and other charges in connection with the death of the boy.

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Witness: Ethan Stacy had burns that 'would cause tremendous pain'

Nathan Sloop attends the final day of his preliminary hearing in the death of Ethan Stacy at Second District Court Friday, April 19, 2013 in Farmington, Utah.  (NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner)

Loretta Park
Apr 19 2013 - 11:45am

FARMINGTON -- Nathanael Sloop's attorneys plan to challenge Shelby's Law, which allows prosecutors to go after the death penalty when a child dies from either neglect or abuse."Shelby's Law allows for the death penalty for an unintentional killing," said Richard Mauro, defense attorney for Sloop.Mauro and Scott Williams spoke with the media after...

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