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.


Recent Articles
  • Secretary Price visits Utah on tour supporting an Affordable Care Act replacement

    SANDY, Utah – Secretary Tom Price visited Sandy in a tour supporting a replacement for the Affordable Care Act  Monday. The “barn-storming” tour was an effort to drum up support for the GOP senators’ replacement health care bill. Price met with several Utah small business owners who say they are victims of Obamacare. Sec. Price did not take any questions from the media at the event. He and the group also prevented “outsiders,” like Psarah Johnson, from attending. Johnson was […]

  • Utah bank robberies on the rise

    SALT LAKE CITY — An FBI spokesman said there have been more bank robberies in the Salt Lake Valley so far this year than there were in the same time frame for 2016. “A slight uptick: 45 to this date last year, 48 to this date this year,” said Eric Barnhart, Special Agent in Charge, FBI Salt Lake City Division. Barnhart said most serial bank robbers aren’t connected, but nearly all of them have something in common. “We estimate, at […]

  • Secure strike force arrests suspect in counterfeit ID operation

    SALT LAKE CITY — An operation by the Utah Attorney General’s Office’s secure strike force has resulted in the arrest of a man suspected of creating fake driver’s licenses, Social Security cards and other counterfeit documents. Alex Rodriguez, who was on parole for attempted murder, is expected to return to prison and will ultimately face several felony charges in connection with a document mill he’s suspected of running out of his apartment. “There’s plenty of evidence that suggests he was […]

  • Wanted: Masked man accused of tying up, robbing Herbalife group in Millcreek

    MILLCREEK, Utah – Unified Police are searching for a masked man accused of tying up and robbing six members of a Herbalife group in Millcreek. Officers said the sales group was having a regular meeting at the Happy Life Club near 970 E. and 3300 S. at about 10:30 p.m. Monday. That’s when a man dressed in all black and armed with a handgun barged inside and announced he was there to rob them. And it got worse. “He demanded […]

  • Neighbor saves siblings from West Jordan house fire

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – Residents have a neighbor to thank for their safety after a fire at a West Jordan home overnight. Officials said that neighbor saw flames and smoke pouring from the house at 5 a.m. He called 911 and started banging on windows and doors to alert those inside. He woke up a 19-year-old who then woke up his little brother and both escaped the fire without serious injuries. Firefighters knocked down the flames and soon learned there […]

  • Meth busts up in Utah; K9s credited with successes

    SALT LAKE CITY – The numbers are in; meth seizures are up in Utah, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. More than 300 pounds of meth that have been taken from vehicles traveling through our state since the first of the year. While the troopers are well-trained to spot the vehicles of potential smugglers, they credit the highly trained canines with these successes. Through June, marijuana has remained fairly consistent while heroin and cocaine busts are down by 60 and […]

  • Family members identify Sandy shooting victims, issue statement

    SANDY, Utah – The Rackley family members of the Sandy shooting victims have issued a statement about the events Tuesday. Our family is heartbroken by the events of yesterday. We are focusing on supporting our injured son in his recovery. We are grateful to the Good Samaritan that stopped to help our family and our thoughts are also with their daughter who was injured. At this time we appreciate the prayers of so many. We ask that you respect our […]

  • Daughter arrested for murder after mother killed in West Valley City house fire

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Authorities have arrested a suspect after 64-year-old Kathie Thomas was killed in a fire at her West Valley City home overnight. Police arrested the woman’s daughter, 46-year-old Loralie Kathie Querbach, for her mother’s death. Authorities said Kathie lived in the home near 6946 W. Bonnie Arlene Dr. for nearly 40 years. The first 911 calls about the fire started coming in about 12:30 a.m. By the time crews arrived, the house was already engulfed in […]

  • New grant money to help with homeless issue downtown

    SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake County Mayor Jackie Biskupski, District Attorney Sim Gill and Sheriff Jim Winder are giving an update on the efforts to curb homelessness downtown. They said they are hoping, with an influx of new grant money, it will finally be possible to start making some meaningful changes that will impact homelessness, jail overcrowding and help those with mental health and substance abuse issues. Officials said this comes in the form of a justice reinvestment initiative […]

  • Suspect arrested after West Jordan shooting was also wanted for kidnapping in SLC

    SALT LAKE COUNTY — West Jordan police arrested a man in connection with Wednesday’s shooting near Jordan Landing, and as an added bonus it turns out the suspect was also wanted in connection with a kidnapping in Salt Lake City.  The shooting occurred Wednesday in broad daylight in West Jordan and left the victim in critical condition. West Jordan Police announced they were looking for two men, and Wednesday night they arrested one of their prime suspects: Victor Gambino-Perez. His […]

  • Teen shot to death in West Valley City; police seek suspects who fled in white SUV

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — A teenage boy has died after a shooting in West Valley City Tuesday night, and police are looking for several suspects who fled the area in a white SUV. Police said it happened in a street at 4680 W Thayn Dr. (3935 S) around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. People living in the neighborhood told West Valley City officers they heard arguing and saw a group fighting in the street.  The witnesses also reported they heard gunshots […]

  • Veterans, non-veterans alike remember Memorial Day

    SALT LAKE CITY — Veterans, their families and friends, many holding American flags, were there to remember Memorial Day at a military cemetery. The theme was meant as a reminder that the holiday was much more than the end of school year, the beginning of summer or reason for a Barbecue. The service was to remember those who sacrificed to keep the United States free. Former Utah guardsmen now governor, Gary Herbert, says it is the least that we can […]