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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.

Recent Articles
  • National forests seeing increase in vandalism, littering

    SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. Forest Service officials are asking for the public’s help in reporting incidents of vandalism and littering in Utah’s national forests. Several large items, including a TV, a couch and a piano have been found abandoned in Utah wilderness areas. Forest Service officials have also found several instances of spray-painted graffiti along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and the Highline trail. “It’s costing us money. So, if they like to recreate in another area, we’re having to […]

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    Police catch wanted Utah man after two-day manhunt in West Valley City, Murray

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Authorities said a man considered a danger to the public is now off the streets. Police had been looking for David Saul Hernandez since Thursday morning. He has several warrants out for aggravated assault, robbery and distribution of a controlled substance. Officials first spotted Hernandez driving near 45th S. and 150 W. early Thursday. He led police through neighborhoods and eventually police had to end the chase for public safety reasons. Then a tip came […]

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    Two more suspects arrested in shooting of beloved Utah store clerk

    MURRAY, Utah – Murray police now have a total of three suspects in custody, including the person they believe to be the trigger man in the murder of a beloved convenience store clerk weeks ago. It was very early on the morning of March 18 when two armed suspects stormed into the Lee Market and robbed the clerk, Dave Marsh, at gunpoint. As they were running away, Marsh threw a register tray at one of the suspects, who then opened […]

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    Police chase ends at Salt Lake airport after robbery, numerous crashes

    SALT LAKE CITY – Two robbery suspects are in custody after allegedly leading police on a chase that ended near the Salt Lake International Airport overnight. Police said the suspects are accused of robbing a Salt Lake City convenience store and then running from police.  Officers said the clerk at the Quality Quick Stop near 9th W. and 9th N. texted his father the store was being robbed. His father called 911 and police arrived just as the two suspects […]

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    Police investigate after two men found stabbed at Salt Lake City apartment

    SALT LAKE CITY – Two stabbing victims were found outside a Salt Lake City apartment complex and now police are investigating. It happened at the City Front Apartments at 641 W. North Temple at about 2 a.m. Someone at the complex called 911 saying they found a man on the ground bleeding. Once police arrived, they discovered the man had a pretty significant stab wound to his neck. As they were rushing to get medical care for him, they also […]

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    Volunteers working to open Utah’s first hospice for homeless people

    SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s first hospice for homeless people is expected to open soon, and volunteers are spending Friday and Saturday to get it ready for opening day. “The INN Between” will occupy the former Guadalupe School Building at 344 S Goshen St. (1040 W). Volunteers from Salt Lake Regional Medical Center are helping to clean and restore the new site, which will provide a place for some of the area’s most vulnerable people to die with dignity. Debra […]

  • Expert examines impact of storms on water supply, urges Utahns to turn off automated sprinklers

    SALT LAKE CITY — More than 3 feet of snow fell in the mountains over Utah during the past two days, and while that seems like a significant amount—when it melts it won’t do much to help with Utah’s water shortage. Forecasters at the National Weather Service call this most recent storm an overachiever, meaning it came in a little stronger and lasted a little longer than they anticipated, and, overall, that’s good news for Utah’s water supply. Wednesday’s reminder […]

  • Stormy two days means busy workload for crews responding to power outages

    SALT LAKE CITY – Windstorms on Tuesday and heavy rain and snow Wednesday made for widespread power outages in northern Utah, keeping crews for Rocky Mountain Power busy overnight and into Wednesday. It proved to be a challenging 12 hours or so for RMP crews, who were literally scrambling all over the state to various spots for folks who were without power. At one point there were more than 10,000 customers without power, but crews got a handle on things […]

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    Police chase ends with truck in canal, suspects in custody

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Two 21-year-old suspects are in custody after a police chase that ended with a truck in the water and one of the suspects without her shoes.  Authorities said they tried to pull over a truck near 2500 W. and 2700 S. but it sped off. Police said the Nissan Titan was a rental car that was reported stolen. Officers chased the truck but stopped the pursuit for safety reasons. However, another police unit happened to […]

  • South Jordan couple finds burglars in home, 3 suspects in custody

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Police have three suspects in custody accused of kicking down the door and burglarizing a Daybreak home. Officers said they arrested two women and a man they later found hiding in a window well of neighbor’s house. South Jordan police have arrested: – 23-year-old Ruby Jo Hernandez of West Valley City – 26-year-old Catarino Gambino of West Jordan – 19-year-old Brency Brigetee Salazar of Taylorsville Authorities said a 63-year-old man and his wife were home, heard the commotion and […]

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    Former Utah school bus driver accused of child sex abuse headed to trial

    WEST JORDAN, Utah – A Utah man accused of abusing two special needs children who rode his school bus was supposed to have his final pretrial hearing Tuesday but there will now be at least one more hearing before his trial begins. Officials said John Carrelll’s attorney, Ron Yengich, said he wants to go over the main evidence against his client, the security video from a Canyons District school bus. It allegedly shows Carrell fondling two kindergartners on the bus. He is […]

  • SLC official touts city’s efforts toward sustainability, meets with President Obama during Utah visit

    SALT LAKE CITY — Vicki Bennett has been with Salt Lake City for 14 years, and she said this city in particular has been on the forefront of sustainability. The word sustainability can mean different things to different people, but for Bennett and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker’s administration, it comes down a pretty basic concept. She said: “How do we ensure we keep Salt Lake City the best we can, for now and for our children? We want […]


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