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Bountiful Pawn robbery suspect indicted on 22 federal robbery, firearms charges

SALT LAKE CITY — A man accused of robbing a pawn shop in Bountiful has been indicted by a grand jury on 22 counts in connection with robberies across Utah. 


Courts

Judge splits cases for Ogden teens accused of murder, trials will be separate

OGDEN — Two Ogden teens accused of shooting and killing a woman in August will have separate trials, a judge ruled Wednesday. 


Police & Fire

'Seconds mean lives': Salt Lake FBI office hosts active shooter simulation

SALT LAKE CITY — Several pops can be heard in the hallway. A man walks into a room with a gun. 


Government

Ogden company settles with feds over alleged discrimination law violations

OGDEN — An Ogden business has reached a settlement with the federal government after the business was accused of violating anti-discrimination laws. 


Police & Fire

Cache Sheriff refers 5 people for criminal charges after campsite tirade

LOGAN — The Cache County Sheriff’s Office says it has made criminal referrals to the county attorney’s office regarding “threats and harassment” that took place in Blacksmith Fork Canyon over Memorial Day weekend. 


Courts

Farmington man claims child rape laws are 'unconstitutional,' loses appeal

SALT LAKE CITY — A former Farmington man had his appeal denied by the state after he tried to argue that Utah’s child rape statutes were “unconstitutionally overbroad and vague.”


Police & Fire

Search and rescue crews find body of Logan man near Newton Dam

CACHE COUNTY — Cache County Search and Rescue announced they have recovered the body of a swimmer that went missing around 5:30 p.m. Saturday near the Newton Dam. 


Police & Fire

Fire burns boardwalk on Weber River Trail in Riverdale

RIVERDALE — A fire along the Weber River Trail damaged a boardwalk on Friday.


Police & Fire

Trailer ruled a 'total loss' after fire Thursday in West Haven

WEST HAVEN — Local fire crews put out flames that engulfed a trailer Thursday evening in West Haven. 


Courts

Former Ogden man is one of the first to get federal death sentence in 2018

BEAUMONT, Texas — A former Ogden man being housed at a federal prison in Texas was one of two Utah men given federal death sentences for stabbing and killing another inmate in 2014.


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