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10-year sentence recommended for Ogden child pornography defendant

SALT LAKE CITY — An Ogden man faces a likely 10 years in federal prison on a child pornography charge, a mid-range sentence recommended after prosecutors and the defense documented the man's low IQ, lack of prior felony record and an ongoing medical complication. Trevor Wayne Griffith, 27, ...

Judge OKs freeze of assets from $29M Kaysville Ponzi scheme

KAYSVILLE — A federal judge has agreed to freeze the assets of individuals and corporate entities connected to a $29 million Ponzi scheme whose alleged operator died last year. The Securities and Exchange Commission filed suit last fall in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City, making a ...

Initial hearing scheduled in Layton Christian Academy embezzlement lawsuit

A preliminary injunction hearing is scheduled for next Thursday in the ongoing lawsuit between the Christian Life Center church in Layton and four former employees of Layton Christian Academy that the church is accusing of fraud and embezzlement. The suit, filed last month, accuses Greg ...

Davis jail inmate lawsuit alleges stabbing by deputy with scissors

FARMINGTON — A former inmate has filed an updated civil rights lawsuit against Davis County alleging that jail deputies stabbed him and caused permanent injuries to his arms in a Sept. 26, 2020, incident. Angel Christopher Abreu’s initial complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Salt ...