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Scott has been a part of Fox 13's " Utah's Most Wanted" for more than a decade, covering some of the biggest Utah news events.

After working in Flagstaff, AZ, and Anchorage, AK, Utah has been Scott's home since 1990. Scott said he feels lucky to be a part of the local community and that he has met "amazing people."

When he's not chasing down tips, he enjoys spending as much time as possible with his family and enjoying everything Utah has to offer. Scott is also an "eternal optimist," which he learned growing up in Buffalo, NY and takes time to root for his "beloved" Bills and Sabres.


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  • Darrien Hunt Mom Susan Hunt Saratoga Springs

    Mother of Saratoga Springs man officers shot is accused of assaulting police

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah – The mother of the 22-year-old man officers shot and killed in Saratoga Springs is now under investigation. Officers said Susan Hunt, Darrien Hunt’s mother, approached them while they were making a traffic stop in the Walmart parking lot in Saratoga Springs about two weeks ago. According to police, Susan Hunt started screaming profanities at the officers and asking if they were going to shoot the person being stopped. The officers asked her to leave and when […]

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    Utahns self-quarantined after return from Africa, not showing symptoms

    UTAH COUNTY, Utah – A group of Utahns are “actively monitoring” themselves daily after returning from areas in the Ebola outbreak. It is one of the mechanisms the National Centers for Disease Control has established in an effort to keep track of those returning to the US from places in Africa where the deadly Ebola virus has been very active. Overall that is a very low percentage of the number of air travelers who fly into the US every year. Now, […]

  • Former teacher accused of sexually abusing student appears in court

    OGDEN, Utah — former Clearfield High School teacher accused of sexually abusing a student was back in an Ogden courtroom Wednesday. The appearance was supposed to be sentencing day for Gaile Kristine Supp, 24, who was charged with sexually abusing one of her former students. Supp took an “Alford plea” in the case, meaning that she did not admit guilt but conceded that there was likely enough evidence for the prosecution to secure a conviction at trial. The alleged abuse […]

  • Victim in vehicle burglary releases video of brazen daylight crime

    DRAPER, Utah – A homeowner in Draper said he has security footage that shows a man who walked around his home before burglarizing a vehicle in broad daylight. The suspect was dressed as a construction worker, but the homeowner, Jeffrey Luck, believes that was a disguise. The victim in this case was extremely surprised by how brazen the burglar was but he was even more shocked from the response he got once he put the video online, and he now […]

  • Officials say water now safe to drink in Stansbury Park

    UPDATE: Officials with the Stansbury Park Improvement District said Thursday around 5 p.m. that water samples had been tested and that the water in the area is safe to drink. STANSBURY PARK, Utah – Officials are warning those in Stansbury Park to boil their water before drinking it. The district said five and nine water samples tested positive for coliform bacteria. Coliforms are present in the environment and usually not harmful. However, the presence of the bacteria in drinking water […]

  • Police seek suspect in connection with 4 felony crimes committed in one night

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — South Jordan police need your help tracking down a man allegedly involved in a crime spree that occurred overnight in their city. The suspect acted quickly and vanished into the night, but at least one of the stores has security footage of the burglar. Cops believe the same individual hit four local businesses in about an hour Wednesday night. He didn’t get much in any of those burglaries or the attempted robbery, but police said they […]

  • More details emerge regarding dispute between police, fire agencies stemming from stolen narcotics

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah — More details are coming to light regarding narcotics that were stolen from Unified Fire Authority stations and a dispute between emergency response agencies that has arisen as a result. Last week FOX 13 News covered the story of the theft and a police chief’s frustration over what he believes was a mishandling of the case by UFA leadership. Click here for that story, and click here for the response from UFA and Cottonwood Heights City officials. […]

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    Two arrested in home invasion robbery in WVC

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — West Valley City police have arrested two men who, according to probable cause statements, admitted to participating in an armed robbery at a residence early Wednesday morning. Brian Lopez and Lorne Baylor each face felony charges of weapons violation and aggravated robbery, along with misdemeanor charges of failure to stop at the command of a law enforcement officer. According to the probable cause statements, police observed Lopez, Baylor and a third individual running near 3200 […]

  • WVC drive by highway shooting SR 201

    Utah police, troopers search for suspect in drive-by shooting overnight

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Authorities are searching for a suspect involved in a shooting that closed SR 201 overnight. Utah Highway Patrol Troopers said a car was driving down SR 201 near 4700 W. at about 11 p.m. Wednesday when a suspect shot at the vehicle, hitting the driver in the shoulder. The passenger in the car was not hurt and the driver is expected to recover. Troopers said witnesses, including the passenger, are working with them to track down […]

  • Man withdraws guilty plea in connection with murder of teen

    SALT LAKE CITY – A suspected gang member who initially agreed to a guilty plea in connection with the fatal shooting of a 19 year old last year is withdrawing his guilty plea. Vilisoni Angilau withdrew the guilty plea Friday morning at the Matheson Courthouse, saying that when he made the plea he was under extreme emotional duress due to the shooting death of his brother. Angilau had pleaded guilty to a manslaughter charge in the death of 19-year-old Sione […]

  • IRS Phone Scam

    LISTEN: Here’s what actual IRS scam phone call sounds like…

    SALT LAKE CITY – Officials are warning Utahns about a new phone scam where callers impersonate the IRS. Residents who have received the scam call said the person on the other end is aggressive, demands payment and threatens jail time or other punishment. Some Spanish-speaking residents have also been targeted and threatened with deportation if they don’t comply with the caller’s demands. The scammers even targeted State Senator Curtis Bramble’s wife with several calls making threats and demanding money. If you get […]

  • Stabbings downtown

    Wanted: 2 suspects accused in 3 different assaults downtown

    SALT LAKE CITY – Officials are searching for suspects after three people were assaulted in three different incidents overnight. The attacks started at about 12:40 a.m. when an 18-year-old man was walking near 500 W. and 200 S. and he encountered two men. Police said the men asked the teen what he was doing, suddenly punched him in the face and then ran. Officers said about 10 minutes later and a few blocks north, a 22-year-old man was in his […]

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