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Ex-bank manager pleads guilty to stealing $565K to buy house

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Daniel Scott Frischknecht, 33, admitted draining $565,000 from a bank customer’s line of credit to buy a house in an upscale Bountiful neighborhood.

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Judge OKs Ogden police search that yielded meth and stolen gun

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Miguel Isaac Lucero faces 20 years in prison if he is convicted in a federal drug and firearm case. A judge on Wednesday upheld Ogden police’s seizure of evidence without a warrant in front of Lucero’s home.


Court date moved for 2 Ogden teens accused of shooting, killing woman

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Two teens accused of killing an Ogden woman briefly appeared in court Friday before having their hearing rescheduled.


Study: Utah could save money with death penalty ban; bill could make it happen

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The report — released by the Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice — says that giving someone life in prison without the possibility of parole would cost the state less than pursuing the death penalty and the appeals that come with the sentence.

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Utah minority offenders now even more likely to get prison sentences

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Minority offenders are increasingly likely to be sentenced to prison in Utah since major justice system changes were implemented in 2015, and officials are trying to find out why.

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3 USU officials freed from civil liability in fraternity rape lawsuit

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A lawsuit alleging Utah State University looked the other way on reports of sexual abuse at fraternity houses remains alive in federal court, but a judge has granted immunity from liability to three officials who were named as defendants.

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41 percent of Utah crash deaths involved speed in 2017

Speed remained the leading contributing factor in traffic deaths in Utah in 2017, accounting for 41 percent of deaths, according to a preliminary crash report.

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Weber Sheriff's Office: Fired evidence room worker was 'under the influence'

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The sheriff’s office issued a press release Wednesday afternoon saying an investigation is underway regarding the firing of the civilian, non-sworn employee. 

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Drunk driving in Utah: Fewer crashes happening but those that do are deadlier

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Fewer alcohol-related crashes occurred in Utah over the past decade, but these crashes have become deadlier.

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Cellphones aren't the only thing distracting Utah drivers on the road

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From 2007 to 2016, 221 people lost their lives to road crashes involving distracted drivers, accounting for nine percent of Utah’s overall traffic deaths. 

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