Police & Fire

Police & Fire

Search underway for possible drowning victim at Newton Dam

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Search and rescue crews are looking for a swimmer who may have drowned Saturday at Newton Dam.


Government

Box Elder tax increment program for biofuels company is on hold

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Box Elder County made ready to help a biofuels company’s expansion plans. But four years later, there’s no expansion, so the tax increment plan is on hold.


Police & Fire

Teenager killed after being hit by FrontRunner train in Roy

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AJ Horting, an officer with the Utah Transit Police, said the incident near 2600 W. 5600 South in Roy is being investigated as a suicide.


Police & Fire

Ogden Police investigating shots fired downtown

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Officers were dispatched at 2 a.m. Saturday to 25th Street and Lincoln Avenue for shots fired. According to a tweet by the police department, a dark SUV stopped at the intersection and “fired multiple shots from a handgun in the air.”


Courts

Former Ogden man is one of the first to get federal death sentence in 2018

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Before Christopher Cramer was found guilty of killing a fellow member of a white supremacist prison gang, he was put in the federal system for a botched bank robbery in Clearfield.


Police & Fire

Trailer ruled a 'total loss' after fire Thursday in West Haven

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Local fire crews put out flames that engulfed a trailer Thursday evening in West Haven.


Police & Fire

Fire burns boardwalk on Weber River Trail in Riverdale

Riverdale Boardwalk Fire

A fire along the Weber River Trail damaged a boardwalk on Friday in Riverdale.


Police & Fire

7 teens seriously injured after car tumbles 180 feet off Highway 39

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Investigators determined that two of the teens were riding in the trunk of the car, according to Weber County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Matt Jensen. 


Police & Fire

Police release name of man killed Wednesday in 23rd Street shooting in Ogden

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The 23-year-old man was shot multiple times, police said. 


Police & Fire

Judge frees Ogden City from police excessive force and gun rights suit

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While one Ogden police officer has been absolved of excessive force claims in a civil lawsuit, a federal judge has yet to rule on two other officers. A 60-year-old man suffered a broken femur in a fracas with officers in the police station lobby in 2016.


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