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  • Salt Lake police officer facing felony charges for relationship with parolee

    SALT LAKE CITY – A Salt Lake police officer is facing criminal charges after a parolee has made claims of the two of them having a relationship. Robert Tilton Hinds has been charged with Custodial Sexual Relations – a third-degree felony – following allegations of a relationship between he and a known parolee between May and November of 2018. The parolee stated that Hinds was aware of her parolee status, and that they had sex every day. A search of […]

  • Orem woman tries to look on the bright side after fire destroys condos

    OREM, Utah — After a fire destroyed a 12-unit condo building in Orem, one woman is just thankful she and all her neighbors got out safely — and that her photo album survived. Fire investigators are still looking into what caused the flames to spread so quickly, leaving several families displaced from the complex on Garden Park Drive. Dora Schoenfeld has lived in her condo since 2005. She heard a knock on her door at 3 a.m. telling her to evacuate. […]

  • Provo Police: Uber passenger was carrying duffel bag full of meth, heroin

    PROVO, Utah — A man is behind bars after police say he attempted to transport approximately 13 pounds of meth and heroin using the rideshare service Uber. Edgar Esteban Ramos Valdez was arrested Friday after his Uber driver drew police attention by making several traffic violations. During the traffic stop, the officer became suspicious after seeing the passenger acting nervously, so he brought in the K-9 unit, which indicated on the trunk of the vehicle. After a search of the […]

  • Police chase ends in car fire, power outages in Magna

    MAGNA, Utah – An early morning police chase ended with two people in the hospital and a power outage near 7200 West and State Route 201. “One of our officers who was headed home saw a vehicle run a red light at a really high rate of speed, so he flipped around,” said Sargent Robert Brinton of the West Valley City Police Department. “A short pursuit was initiated, but due to the high rate of speed, we ended up terminating […]

  • Two car fire in South Salt Lake

    SOUTH SALT LAKE – Two vehicles caught fire under a car port around 5:00 AM on Wednesday, causing damage to a house at 440 East Granite. A woman inside the house cut her hand, but no other injuries were reported. The fire has been extinguished, and the cause is unknown, but being investigated.

  • Mother and children hit by car in Sandy

    SANDY, Utah – A mother was pushing her two children in a stroller across Sego Lily Drive in Sandy when a driver hit the family in the middle of the crosswalk. All three were taken to the hospital, according to police. The mother and 3-year-old were transported in stable condition and the 17-month-old was taken by Life Flight to Primary Children’s Hospital in critical condition. At the latest report, the kids were both in stable condition and the mother — […]

  • Latter-day Saint Church releases rendering of Layton temple

    LAYTON, Utah – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a rendering of the Layton temple on Tuesday, as project leaders are preparing to file additional public documents. Announced in April 2018, the 87,000 square foot temple will be built at the corner of Oak Hills Drive and Rosewood Lane. A groundbreaking date has not been set. In addition to the Layton temple, there are currently 17 temples in Utah, with others recently announced in Orem, Saratoga Springs, […]

  • Utah man arrested after allegedly robbing credit union

    ROY, Utah – A man is in police custody after allegedly admitting to robbing a credit union. According to court documents, William Anthony Perez III entered the America First Credit Union inside the Harmon’s grocery store on 5370 South 1900 West just after 9 a.m. on Monday and told the tellers to give him money. Police said Perez left after being given large amounts of traceable cash, but was followed by police and ordered to stop. After a short pursuit, […]

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