Category Archives: Utah

Killed – Rupert E. Miley (Orem, UT)

Rupert E. Miley

Two men have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a driver whose car then crashed through an Orem neighborhood early Tuesday.

Orem police initially thought 42-year-old Rupert E. Miley had died from injuries suffered in the 3:15 a.m. traffic crash. A vehicle was traveling west in the eastbound lanes, when it struck a light pole, plowed into some trees and road signs, and destroyed a fire hydrant, coming to a rest near 200 East and 800 North, said Orem police Lt. Craig Martinez. Miley was found unconscious at the scene and later died at a hospital.

Investigators quickly discovered that Miley had suffered a gunshot wound to the back, Martinez said.

A passenger in the car also was at the scene, with only minor injuries. Mason French, 24, provided details that didn’t match up with evidence at the scene, and officers took him into custody.

A revolver later was found at the scene of the crash. Debris from the collisions was spread over several blocks, forcing police to close down all eastbound lanes through the area Tuesday morning while wreckage was cleared and the investigation proceeded.

Later officers learned a third man, Travis Waldron, 24, also may have been in the car, Martinez wrote. He was arrested on Tuesday afternoon.

Waldron and French both were booked into jail on suspicion of murder and obstruction of justice; Waldron also is suspected of a firearms violation.

Investigators said the incident began about 2 a.m. in the basement apartment where French and Waldron live, according to a police affidavit filed in 4th District Court.

Waldron’s girlfriend told police that French and Waldron “were intoxicated” at the time. She also said that Waldron “was upset at (Miley) over an illegal drug debt,” according to the affidavit.

Detectives believe the men left to go to Miley’s Orem home. They arrived at 2:30 a.m. and pounded on the door. A woman who was living in Miley’s house opened the door, police said.

“(Waldron) was asking for (Miley) and had a bandana partially covering his face and was counting down from 10 for (the woman) to get (Miley) in a stern voice. (Miley) came downstairs and saw the male and said it was Travis Waldron and that he was drunk,” according to the affidavit.

Miley refused to go outside, and the men kept pounding on the door, according to police. When the woman at the door threatened to call police, “(Waldron) told her that would be a bad idea,” the affidavit states.

The men eventually left. About 15 minutes later, Miley also left the house, saying he would be back in a little bit, the report states.

Waldron and French returned to their apartment about 3 a.m. They told Waldron’s girlfriend that “things got serious,” and they got a gun, according to the report.

The girlfriend “tried to convince them to go to bed and not take the gun. (Waldron and French) left the residence on foot around 3 a.m., which coincides with the time of the homicide. (Waldron’s girlfriend) stated that around 3:30 a.m. that (Waldron) had called the home land line and instructed her to leave the home immediately,” according to the affidavit.

Police learned that after Waldron left Miley’s home, the two had exchanged “threatening text messages. This upset (Waldron) and arrangements were made to meet at Harmons grocery to resolve the problem,” according to the report.

Waldron told police he planned to fight Miley or get his money. After the drug debt was seemingly resolved, Waldron and French got into Miley’s vehicle, the report states.

While the three were driving, Waldron claimed that French, who was in the back seat, was holding a gun and it went off, going through the back of the driver’s seat and into Miley’s chest, according to the affidavit. Waldron bailed out of the car while Miley tried to drive to a hospital, but Miley crashed a short time later.

When officers arrived at the crash scene, they found French lying face up on the road near the rear passenger side door, the report stated. He was only wearing one shoe and had slurred speech, according to police.

Inside the car, investigators found a wood baseball bat between the driver’s side door and driver’s seat on the floor, as well as a metal hatchet on the driver’s seat, the report states.

A silver revolver and a shoe were found on the front lawn of a home at 162 E. 800 North. Detectives discovered that the .357 Ruger revolver belonged to French’s father and that French was known to take it from time to time, the affidavit states. Waldron and French live in the basement of the home of French’s father.

Waldron, who had bailed out of the vehicle, told his girlfriend that “he had gotten into an argument with Rupert and pointed the gun at his head,” the affidavit states, but that he handed the gun to French after they got in Miley’s vehicle.

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Murder/Suicide – Killed – Male Teen – Taylor Wheeler (South Jordan, UT)

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SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Police have released new details regarding two young boys who were found dead in a Daybreak area home, and authorities are calling the incident a murder-suicide.

According to a press release from the South Jordan Police Department issued Friday, 12-year-old Taylor Wheeler died of a single gunshot wound, and 15-year-old Dayton Gessell died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

According to the press release, “The Medical Examiner is classifying their findings as a murder suicide.”

The three guns found in the home were determined to be stolen. Police officials said they believe only one of the guns was used in the shooting. Police said they are still waiting on final toxicology results from the Medical Examiner’s Office, but they said there were no drugs or alcohol found at the scene.

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Months after two teens in South Jordan died of gunshot wounds, police have stated the case is an incident of murder-suicide and offered more details about the events leading up to the deaths.

Sam Winkler of the South Jordan Police Department confirms to FOX 13 News that after investigating they believe the teens were playing with guns stolen by another teen and that one teen accidentally shot the other before taking his own life.

Winkler said after one teen shot and killed the other, the first teen became so grief-stricken that he took his own life.

Winkler said charges have been filed against a 16-year-old who allegedly stole the weapons from a family member. There were several other teens present when the accidental shooting occurred, some of whom immediately contacted authorities. Neither of the deceased lived in the home where the shooting occurred.

The two boys were with a group of five friends playing with three guns in the basement of the home when Wheeler was killed the afternoon of Nov. 15, 2013, said Tina Brown, a spokeswoman for the city of South Jordan. Gessell shot himself after the others ran to get help, a sequence of events that led police to conclude he did it because he was distraught that he caused the death of his friend.

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Murder/Suicide – Dead – Male Teen – Dayton Gessell (South Jordan, UT)

Dayton Gessell

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Police have released new details regarding two young boys who were found dead in a Daybreak area home, and authorities are calling the incident a murder-suicide.

According to a press release from the South Jordan Police Department issued Friday, 12-year-old Taylor Wheeler died of a single gunshot wound, and 15-year-old Dayton Gessell died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

According to the press release, “The Medical Examiner is classifying their findings as a murder suicide.”

The three guns found in the home were determined to be stolen. Police officials said they believe only one of the guns was used in the shooting. Police said they are still waiting on final toxicology results from the Medical Examiner’s Office, but they said there were no drugs or alcohol found at the scene.

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Months after two teens in South Jordan died of gunshot wounds, police have stated the case is an incident of murder-suicide and offered more details about the events leading up to the deaths.

Sam Winkler of the South Jordan Police Department confirms to FOX 13 News that after investigating they believe the teens were playing with guns stolen by another teen and that one teen accidentally shot the other before taking his own life.

Winkler said after one teen shot and killed the other, the first teen became so grief-stricken that he took his own life.

Winkler said charges have been filed against a 16-year-old who allegedly stole the weapons from a family member. There were several other teens present when the accidental shooting occurred, some of whom immediately contacted authorities. Neither of the deceased lived in the home where the shooting occurred.

The two boys were with a group of five friends playing with three guns in the basement of the home when Wheeler was killed the afternoon of Nov. 15, 2013, said Tina Brown, a spokeswoman for the city of South Jordan. Gessell shot himself after the others ran to get help, a sequence of events that led police to conclude he did it because he was distraught that he caused the death of his friend.

http://fox13now.com/2013/11/22/officials-classify-fatal-shooting-of-2-teens-in-daybreak-as-murder-suicide/

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Murder/Suicide – Killed – Mildred T. Clayton-Kunz (Holladay, UT)

Mildred T. Clayton-Kunz

Investigators believe a Holladay couple whose bodies were found in their home late Wednesday night were victims of a murder-suicide.

Unified Police Lt. Justin Hoyal said Thursday that detectives and forensics personnel worked through the night inside a home in the east 2600 block of Valley View Ave. (about 4800 South), investigating the deaths of 78-year-old Mildred T. Clayton-Kunz and her husband, Larry P. Kunz, 79.

Hoyal said UPD officers were dispatched to the home after a 911 call from relatives about 8:30 p.m. seeking a welfare check on the couple.

“Family members of the deceased had gone over to check on Larry and Mildred Kunz as they had not heard from them for some time,” Hoyal said. “The last anyone talked to them was around the end of October or first of November.”

Getting no response upon arrival, officers forced entry into the home and located the bodies of the couple, dead from apparent gunshot wounds.

Hoyal declined to specify the location of the wounds, though he did say a firearm was found near Larry Kunz.

The bodies of Mildred T. Clayton-Kunz, 78, and Larry P. Kunz, 79, were found Wednesday night in their residence at 2647 E. Valley View Ave. (4810 South). Unified Police Lt. Justin Hoyal said they had been dead for at least several days.

Hoyal said investigators did not find any kind of note that may have been left or other evidence explaining a motive. The Kunzes were reportedly suffering from health problems, Hoyal said, without going into detail about what those were.

Investigators said a gun was located and recovered near Larry’s body. They said they believe Larry shot Mildred before turning the gun on himself.

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Murder/Suicide – Dead – Larry P. Kunz (Holladay, UT)

Larry P. Kunz

Investigators believe a Holladay couple whose bodies were found in their home late Wednesday night were victims of a murder-suicide.

Unified Police Lt. Justin Hoyal said Thursday that detectives and forensics personnel worked through the night inside a home in the east 2600 block of Valley View Ave. (about 4800 South), investigating the deaths of 78-year-old Mildred T. Clayton-Kunz and her husband, Larry P. Kunz, 79.

Hoyal said UPD officers were dispatched to the home after a 911 call from relatives about 8:30 p.m. seeking a welfare check on the couple.

“Family members of the deceased had gone over to check on Larry and Mildred Kunz as they had not heard from them for some time,” Hoyal said. “The last anyone talked to them was around the end of October or first of November.”

Getting no response upon arrival, officers forced entry into the home and located the bodies of the couple, dead from apparent gunshot wounds.

Hoyal declined to specify the location of the wounds, though he did say a firearm was found near Larry Kunz.

The bodies of Mildred T. Clayton-Kunz, 78, and Larry P. Kunz, 79, were found Wednesday night in their residence at 2647 E. Valley View Ave. (4810 South). Unified Police Lt. Justin Hoyal said they had been dead for at least several days.

Hoyal said investigators did not find any kind of note that may have been left or other evidence explaining a motive. The Kunzes were reportedly suffering from health problems, Hoyal said, without going into detail about what those were.

Investigators said a gun was located and recovered near Larry’s body. They said they believe Larry shot Mildred before turning the gun on himself.

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Double Shooting – Killed – Christian Arenas (Salt Lake City, UT)

Christian Arenas

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 23 2013 4:40 p.m. MDT

SALT LAKE CITY — A 19-year-old man shot earlier this month has died from his injuries.

Christian Arenas died Wednesday afternoon. Arenas and a 20-year-old man were sitting in a car at 405 N. Pamela Way, near Cottonwood Park, just before 12:30 a.m. on Oct. 13, when two unidentified men drove up in a dark green, older-model sport utility vehicle.

Words were exchanged between both parties before shots were fired from the SUV into the other vehicle.

Arenas was taken to the hospital in extremely critical condition. The other man was in stable condition.

Antonio Andino, 34, and Timothy James Ford, 26, each were charged in 3rd District Court with one count of murder, a first-degree felony, in the Oct. 13 shooting of two men.

Police said Christian Arenas, 19, and a 20-year-old man, both reportedly members of a rival gang, were sitting in a Chevy Malibu parked near 405 N. Pamela Way shortly after midnight when Andino and Ford pulled alongside them in a stolen Subaru Forester.

ord then shot at the men with Andino’s gun, striking Arenas in the forehead and killing him and injuring the 20-year-old man, court documents state. Police found five bullet holes in the Malibu.

A third man, who was sitting in the back seat of the Malibu, was hit by broken glass.

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http://fox13now.com/2013/11/22/police-secure-warrants-for-2-suspects-in-slc-homicide/

Double Shooting – Wounded – Man (Salt Lake City, UT)

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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 23 2013 4:40 p.m. MDT

SALT LAKE CITY — A 19-year-old man shot earlier this month has died from his injuries.

Christian Arenas died Wednesday afternoon. Arenas and a 20-year-old man were sitting in a car at 405 N. Pamela Way, near Cottonwood Park, just before 12:30 a.m. on Oct. 13, when two unidentified men drove up in a dark green, older-model sport utility vehicle.

Words were exchanged between both parties before shots were fired from the SUV into the other vehicle.

Arenas was taken to the hospital in extremely critical condition. The other man was in stable condition.

Antonio Andino, 34, and Timothy James Ford, 26, each were charged in 3rd District Court with one count of murder, a first-degree felony, in the Oct. 13 shooting of two men.

Police said Christian Arenas, 19, and a 20-year-old man, both reportedly members of a rival gang, were sitting in a Chevy Malibu parked near 405 N. Pamela Way shortly after midnight when Andino and Ford pulled alongside them in a stolen Subaru Forester.

ord then shot at the men with Andino’s gun, striking Arenas in the forehead and killing him and injuring the 20-year-old man, court documents state. Police found five bullet holes in the Malibu.

A third man, who was sitting in the back seat of the Malibu, was hit by broken glass.

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Killed – Nicholas T. Monte (Taylorsville, UT)

Nicholas T. Monte

TAYLORSVILLE — Police have located the home where a man was shot during a home invasion Wednesday.

Police could not immediately identify where the alleged break-in took place, because no one reported a home invasion or hearing shots fired. They have since determined that the incident occurred at 5163 Applewood Drive in Taylorsville.

Detectives from South Salt Lake Police and the Unified Police Department have been working together on the case.

On Oct. 9, Nicholas T. Monte, 23, was brought to Pioneer Valley Hospital by a friend after he had been shot. He died later that day.

Officials said they believe that Monte; Geno Alex Gonzales, 22; Jose M. Mendoza, 22; and Alfred Gomez, 34 forcibly entered the residence, intending to rob the owner of money and drugs.

Nicholas T. Monte, 23, of South Salt Lake, was driven by a friend to Pioneer Valley Hospital about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday to be treated for a gunshot wound. He later died at the hospital from his injuries.

With a final sentencing hearing on Monday, four survivors of a botched home invasion — in which the homeowner killed one of the would-be robbers — have all settled their cases.

On Oct. 9, 2013, Jose M. Mendoza allegedly was the driver for Geno A. Gonzales, Alfred J. Gomez and Nicholas T. Monte, who tried to rob a Taylorsville man, according to the charges. But in the process, the homeowner shot and killed Monte.

Mendoza, 24, was sentenced Monday to 36 months probation, 100 hours of community service and $500 fine for obstructing justice. His aggravated robbery charge was dismissed.

The three other men, including the homeowner Sergio J. Vargas-Martinez, have all settled thier cases.

Vargas-Martinez, 30, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drug possession and obstructing justice, also a misdemeanor. He was sentenced to pay a $1,000 fine and serve an 18-month probation.

Last year, Gonzales, 24, pleaded guilty to burglary, a second-degree felony. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, 75 hours of community service and three years probation.

Also last year, Gomez, 35, pleaded guilty to attempted burglary, a third-degree felony. He was sentenced to 200 hours of community service and 36 months probation. He was also ordered to pay $3,644 in restitution.

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Killed – Travis Claye Davis (Grantsville, UT)

Travis Claye Davis

Police responding to a welfare check Sunday night ended up shooting and killing a man in Grantsville.

Travis Claye Davis, 37, died from a single gunshot wound after police showed up at his home near 50 E. Clark St., according to Grantsville Police spokeswoman Alison Peterson.

Officers went to Davis’ home after receiving a request for a welfare check from his family at 7:56 p.m. Peterson said Davis had threatened to harm himself.

When officers arrived at Davis’ home, he was barricaded inside, Peterson said. Davis eventually exited the home through a back door, at which time officers saw that he was carrying a gun. At some point while interacting with Davis, officers opened fire.

“Officers were forced to take action to protect themselves and the neighborhoods around them,” Peterson said.

A Grantsville man died early Monday from injuries he received when he was shot by police Sunday night.

Travis Davis, 37, was shot when he came out of the back of his house, 54 Clark Street, and threatened three officers with a gun, said Grantsville Police Chief Kevin Turner.

One of the officers fired one shot. Davis was taken to a local hospital where he died of his injuries early Monday.

“I thought it was a firework,” said neighbor Melanie Connely. “It was so loud. But I knew something was wrong because there were cops everywhere outside.”

The incident began just before 8 p.m. Sunday when Grantsville police were notified by the Davis’ relatives that they were concerned about him and wanted officers to check on him.

“I believe he had some life events that was causing him to question things and he was reaching out for some help,” Turner said.

The scene “quickly escalated” and additional officers were called to the house, he said. Davis then barricaded himself inside for several hours. He eventually came out the back of his house and was shot after threatening the officers, the chief said.

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http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865587354/Officer-shoots-kills-Grantsville-man-following-standoff.html?pg=all

http://fox13now.com/2013/09/29/medical-helicopter-responding-after-officer-involved-shooting/

http://local.sltrib.com/charts/shootings/policeshootings.html

Murder/Suicide – Killed – Female Teen – Alix Norman (Brigham City, UT)

Alix Norman

The gun Michael Woodruff used to kill his 16-year-old step-daughter and then himself earlier this week was borrowed from a friend the day of the shooting, police believe.

Brigham City Police Lt. Michael Nelsen said Woodruff, 45, had met with a friend Tuesday prior to the apparent murder-suicide and borrowed a .40-caliber Glock pistol.

The friend called police on Wednesday after hearing about Woodruff’s death, fearing the gun used may have been his.

“He had thought nothing of it,” Nelsen said of the gun owner. “He had done it many times before. They had been shooting several times together before, and it is very common that he has borrowed the gun before.”

But Nelsen said the gun owner had no idea Woodruff would use his weapon to allegedly kill Alix Norman, a family dog and Woodruff, himself, in their Brigham City home.

“He thought nothing of it whatsoever,” Nelsen said of the gun owner. “He was just distraught, completely distraught.”

Norman’s mother discovered the bodies in different rooms of her home — at 545 N. 100 East — about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Police described the scene as a murder-suicide carried out by Woodruff.

Nelsen said Thursday that autopsies revealed that Norman and Woodruff each were shot twice. Nelsen said police believe the first shot Woodruff fired at himself was non-life-threatening.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/56862565-78/woodruff-police-gun-nelsen.html.csp

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/man-kills-stepdaughter-murder-suicide-police-article-1.1451929

http://fox13now.com/2013/09/10/brigham-city-police-investigating-shooting/

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865586238/Students-teachers-puzzled-over-Brigham-City-murder-suicide.html?pg=all

http://www.examiner.com/article/no-motive-murder-suicide-of-utah-man-and-his-16-year-old-stepdaughter

http://www.myers-mortuary.com/obituary/Alix-Kristine-Norman/Brigham-City-UT/1243472

http://obitsutah.com/obituary/21837/alix-kristine-norman.htm

http://www.standard.net/Obituaries/2013/09/12/Alix-Norman

Murder/Suicide – Dead – Michael Woodruff (Brigham City, UT)

Michael Woodruff

The gun Michael Woodruff used to kill his 16-year-old step-daughter and then himself earlier this week was borrowed from a friend the day of the shooting, police believe.

Brigham City Police Lt. Michael Nelsen said Woodruff, 45, had met with a friend Tuesday prior to the apparent murder-suicide and borrowed a .40-caliber Glock pistol.

The friend called police on Wednesday after hearing about Woodruff’s death, fearing the gun used may have been his.

“He had thought nothing of it,” Nelsen said of the gun owner. “He had done it many times before. They had been shooting several times together before, and it is very common that he has borrowed the gun before.”

But Nelsen said the gun owner had no idea Woodruff would use his weapon to allegedly kill Alix Norman, a family dog and Woodruff, himself, in their Brigham City home.

“He thought nothing of it whatsoever,” Nelsen said of the gun owner. “He was just distraught, completely distraught.”

Norman’s mother discovered the bodies in different rooms of her home — at 545 N. 100 East — about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Police described the scene as a murder-suicide carried out by Woodruff.

Nelsen said Thursday that autopsies revealed that Norman and Woodruff each were shot twice. Nelsen said police believe the first shot Woodruff fired at himself was non-life-threatening.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/56862565-78/woodruff-police-gun-nelsen.html.csp

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/man-kills-stepdaughter-murder-suicide-police-article-1.1451929

http://fox13now.com/2013/09/10/brigham-city-police-investigating-shooting/

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865586238/Students-teachers-puzzled-over-Brigham-City-murder-suicide.html?pg=all

http://www.examiner.com/article/no-motive-murder-suicide-of-utah-man-and-his-16-year-old-stepdaughter

http://www.myers-mortuary.com/obituary/Alix-Kristine-Norman/Brigham-City-UT/1243472

http://obitsutah.com/obituary/21837/alix-kristine-norman.htm

http://www.standard.net/Obituaries/2013/09/12/Alix-Norman

Killed – Mario Francisco Saucedo (Roy, UT)

Mario Francisco Saucedo

OGDEN — An Ogden man has been charged with killing a man at a weekend birthday party in Roy.

Ruben Alvarado Nava III, 40, was charged Wednesday with murder, a first-degree felony. He was also charged with four third-degree felonies: three counts of felony discharge of a firearm, and use of a firearm by a restricted person.

Officers arrived at a Roy home, 4635 S. 2950 West, about 12:25 a.m. Sunday to investigate reports of shots fired. They discovered that Mario Francisco Saucedo, 23, had been shot in the chest. He was pronounced dead at McKay Dee Hospital.

About 25 people were attending a surprise birthday party for homeowner Samantha Martinez when a fight broke out and Samatha and Rudolph Martinez asked the guests to leave, a police affidavit filed in 2nd District Court states. One witness told police that he was standing with Saucedo and three others when Nava approached and fired shots at the group.

The witness said he punched Nava in the face while he was holding the gun, but Nava told him “that his beef is not with him,” the affidavit states.

Nava left the party and went to a friend’s house where he called a cab. In a conversation with the taxi driver who told him his company would be hiring soon, Nava said he “made a major mistake and really messed up so he wouldn’t be able to work” for the company, according to the court document.

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http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865586130/Homeowners-arrested-in-weekend-Roy-shooting.html

http://www.standard.net/Courts/2014/07/23/Evidence-is-presented-against-alleged-gang-shooter.html

http://www.aaronsmortuary.com/obits/obituary.php?id=594693

Attempted Murder/Suicide – Wounded – Woman (Draper, UT)

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DRAPER, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A Draper City Police officer is fatally shot Sunday morning in the area of 13800 S. Fort Street. Police say just before 6 a.m. an unintelligible radio communication was made by Sgt. Derek Johnson. Shortly after several citizens in the area called 911 reporting shots fired. When officers arrived they found Sgt. Johnson, an adult male and an adult female with gun shot wounds.

Police now say Sgt. Johnson came across a vehicle, a silver Volvo, which was parked in an usual manner at 13200 S. Fort Street. As Sgt. Johnson approached in his vehicle, the 34-year-old female and the 35-year-old male were with the Volvo. As Sgt. Johnson drove closer to inspect the situation the 35-year-old man began firing at Sgt. Johnson’s vehicle. Sgt. Johnson was hit and was able to drive a couple of blocks before veering off the side of the road and colliding with a tree. Sgt. Johnson was never able to return fire.

Police do not believe they have any outstanding suspects. Investigators believe at some time during the incident the 35-year-old male shot the 34-year-old woman, and after shooting Sgt. Johnson, the male suspect turned the gun on himself. The man and woman remain in critical condition. Sgt. Johnson was taken to Intermountain Medical Center where he later died.

Over the next few days, details of the investigation began to unfold. Prosecutors charged Timothy Troy Walker with aggravated murder.

Police say he and his former girlfriend, Traci Vaillancourt, were in the vehicle Sgt. Johnson approached when he was shot. After firing at Johson, investigators believe Walker shot Vaillancourt in the back and then turned the gun on himself.

http://www.good4utah.com/content/news/top_stories/story/Family-of-Draper-officer-shot-and-killed-says/d/story/fOPS7Wyqs0CgXKl_FzNu0Q

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http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865585646/Draper-police-officer-killed-two-others-injured-in-Sunday-morning-shooting.html?pg=all

http://www.odmp.org/officer/21823-sergeant-derek-ray-johnson

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http://www.officer.com/news/11142288/charges-coming-in-draper-utah-sgt-derek-johnsons-slaying

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Attempted Murder/Suicide – Wounded – Man (Draper, UT)

female

DRAPER, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A Draper City Police officer is fatally shot Sunday morning in the area of 13800 S. Fort Street. Police say just before 6 a.m. an unintelligible radio communication was made by Sgt. Derek Johnson. Shortly after several citizens in the area called 911 reporting shots fired. When officers arrived they found Sgt. Johnson, an adult male and an adult female with gun shot wounds.

Police now say Sgt. Johnson came across a vehicle, a silver Volvo, which was parked in an usual manner at 13200 S. Fort Street. As Sgt. Johnson approached in his vehicle, the 34-year-old female and the 35-year-old male were with the Volvo. As Sgt. Johnson drove closer to inspect the situation the 35-year-old man began firing at Sgt. Johnson’s vehicle. Sgt. Johnson was hit and was able to drive a couple of blocks before veering off the side of the road and colliding with a tree. Sgt. Johnson was never able to return fire.

Police do not believe they have any outstanding suspects. Investigators believe at some time during the incident the 35-year-old male shot the 34-year-old woman, and after shooting Sgt. Johnson, the male suspect turned the gun on himself. The man and woman remain in critical condition. Sgt. Johnson was taken to Intermountain Medical Center where he later died.

Over the next few days, details of the investigation began to unfold. Prosecutors charged Timothy Troy Walker with aggravated murder.

Police say he and his former girlfriend, Traci Vaillancourt, were in the vehicle Sgt. Johnson approached when he was shot. After firing at Johson, investigators believe Walker shot Vaillancourt in the back and then turned the gun on himself.

http://www.good4utah.com/content/news/top_stories/story/Family-of-Draper-officer-shot-and-killed-says/d/story/fOPS7Wyqs0CgXKl_FzNu0Q

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DRAPER, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A Draper City Police officer is fatally shot Sunday morning in the area of 13800 S. Fort Street. Police say just before 6 a.m. an unintelligible radio communication was made by Sgt. Derek Johnson. Shortly after several citizens in the area called 911 reporting shots fired. When officers arrived they found Sgt. Johnson, an adult male and an adult female with gun shot wounds.

Police now say Sgt. Johnson came across a vehicle, a silver Volvo, which was parked in an usual manner at 13200 S. Fort Street. As Sgt. Johnson approached in his vehicle, the 34-year-old female and the 35-year-old male were with the Volvo. As Sgt. Johnson drove closer to inspect the situation the 35-year-old man began firing at Sgt. Johnson’s vehicle. Sgt. Johnson was hit and was able to drive a couple of blocks before veering off the side of the road and colliding with a tree. Sgt. Johnson was never able to return fire.

Police do not believe they have any outstanding suspects. Investigators believe at some time during the incident the 35-year-old male shot the 34-year-old woman, and after shooting Sgt. Johnson, the male suspect turned the gun on himself. The man and woman remain in critical condition. Sgt. Johnson was taken to Intermountain Medical Center where he later died.

Over the next few days, details of the investigation began to unfold. Prosecutors charged Timothy Troy Walker with aggravated murder.

Police say he and his former girlfriend, Traci Vaillancourt, were in the vehicle Sgt. Johnson approached when he was shot. After firing at Johson, investigators believe Walker shot Vaillancourt in the back and then turned the gun on himself.

http://www.good4utah.com/content/news/top_stories/story/Family-of-Draper-officer-shot-and-killed-says/d/story/fOPS7Wyqs0CgXKl_FzNu0Q

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Triple Shooting – Killed – Police Officer – Sgt. Derek Johnson (Draper, UT)

Sgt. Derek Johnson

DRAPER, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A Draper City Police officer is fatally shot Sunday morning in the area of 13800 S. Fort Street. Police say just before 6 a.m. an unintelligible radio communication was made by Sgt. Derek Johnson. Shortly after several citizens in the area called 911 reporting shots fired. When officers arrived they found Sgt. Johnson, an adult male and an adult female with gun shot wounds.

Police now say Sgt. Johnson came across a vehicle, a silver Volvo, which was parked in an usual manner at 13200 S. Fort Street. As Sgt. Johnson approached in his vehicle, the 34-year-old female and the 35-year-old male were with the Volvo. As Sgt. Johnson drove closer to inspect the situation the 35-year-old man began firing at Sgt. Johnson’s vehicle. Sgt. Johnson was hit and was able to drive a couple of blocks before veering off the side of the road and colliding with a tree. Sgt. Johnson was never able to return fire.

Police do not believe they have any outstanding suspects. Investigators believe at some time during the incident the 35-year-old male shot the 34-year-old woman, and after shooting Sgt. Johnson, the male suspect turned the gun on himself. The man and woman remain in critical condition. Sgt. Johnson was taken to Intermountain Medical Center where he later died.

Over the next few days, details of the investigation began to unfold. Prosecutors charged Timothy Troy Walker with aggravated murder.

Police say he and his former girlfriend, Traci Vaillancourt, were in the vehicle Sgt. Johnson approached when he was shot. After firing at Johson, investigators believe Walker shot Vaillancourt in the back and then turned the gun on himself.

http://www.good4utah.com/content/news/top_stories/story/Family-of-Draper-officer-shot-and-killed-says/d/story/fOPS7Wyqs0CgXKl_FzNu0Q

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http://www.odmp.org/officer/21823-sergeant-derek-ray-johnson

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http://www.officer.com/news/11142288/charges-coming-in-draper-utah-sgt-derek-johnsons-slaying

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Killed – David Gonzalez (Salt Lake City, UT)

David Gonzalez

SALT LAKE CITY — Police have arrested two men in connection with the shooting death of a man in Salt Lake Saturday morning.

Nicholas James Valdez, 27, was arrested on suspicion of homicide in the death of 28-year-old David Gonzalez, according to Salt Lake police. Donald Valdez, 31, was booked on suspicion of obstruction of justice.

Around 7 a.m., a resident in the area of 970 S. 300 West heard three gunshots fired and a female scream. When police officers arrived following a 911 call and hang-up, they found a body laying on the west sidewalk of 300 West and a number of people running in different directions.

Police said the man was shot in the forehead.

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http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/deseretnews/obituary.aspx?pid=166799279

Killed – Robert Santos Soto, Jr (Ogden, UT)

Robert Santos Soto, Jr

OGDEN — A 26-year-old man was shot to death early Saturday morning on an Ogden street, police said.

Officers were called to the 1700 block of Lincoln Avenue at 1:18 a.m. where they found the man dead on the sidewalk outside his home, said Ogden police Lt. Danielle Croyle.

“Witness reported people arguing outside and multiple shots were fired,” she said. “We believe it’s possibly some known associates that are aware of each other.”

The victim has been identified as 26-year-old Robert Santos Soto Jr., who lived in the area of the shooting. Robert had been shot multiple times.

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http://www.standard.net/frontpage/2013/08/31/Man-shot-to-death-in-central-Ogden

http://www.myers-mortuary.com/obituary/Robert-Santos-Soto/Ogden-UT/1241032

Murder/Suicide – Killed – Mary Ann Day (St George, UT)

Mary Ann Day

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Authorities have officially ruled that an incident that left a married couple dead in St. George Monday was a murder-suicide, and they said they believe the husband was the one who pulled the trigger.

Police found the bodies of Paul Day, 60, and Mary Ann Day, 47, Monday in the area near 2000 East 200 South.

Police initially only said that a firearm was involved in the death of both victims, but Wednesday they sent out a press release that said in part:

“Based on the facts and evidence that have been gathered so far, it appears to have been a murder suicide with Mary being the victim. The case is still under investigation.”

Neighbors say the bodies of Paul Day, 60, and Mary Ann Day, 47, were found in their home, near 2000 East and 200 South, just after 9 a.m. by their 18-year-old son.

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Murder/Suicide – Dead – Paul Day (St George, UT)

Paul Day

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Authorities have officially ruled that an incident that left a married couple dead in St. George Monday was a murder-suicide, and they said they believe the husband was the one who pulled the trigger.

Police found the bodies of Paul Day, 60, and Mary Ann Day, 47, Monday in the area near 2000 East 200 South.

Police initially only said that a firearm was involved in the death of both victims, but Wednesday they sent out a press release that said in part:

“Based on the facts and evidence that have been gathered so far, it appears to have been a murder suicide with Mary being the victim. The case is still under investigation.”

Neighbors say the bodies of Paul Day, 60, and Mary Ann Day, 47, were found in their home, near 2000 East and 200 South, just after 9 a.m. by their 18-year-old son.

http://fox13now.com/2013/07/31/authorities-say-deaths-of-married-couple-in-st-george-was-murder-suicide/

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Killed – Anthony Hernandez (West Valley City, UT)

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WEST VALLEY CITY — An 18-year-old man was gunned down and killed in a shooting that police believe was gang-related.

Anthony Hernandez was walking with a group of four to five others near 3100 South and 4300 West about 10:20 p.m. Saturday when two vehicles pulled up to them.

The two groups said a few words to each other that included “gang references,” said West Valley Police Sgt. Jason Hauer. Four to five shots were then fired, striking Hernandez multiple times, he said. Though still under investigation Sunday, Hauer said it appeared one passenger in one of the vehicles fired all of the rounds.

Hernandez was taken to a local hospital and later pronounced dead at 2 a.m. Sunday.

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Murder/Suicide – Killed – Debra Ann Gough (Salt Lake City, UT)

Debra Ann Gough

SALT LAKE CITY — A divorced couple found dead in a Poplar Grove neighborhood Monday following an apparent murder-suicide had a history of domestic violence-related incidents, police said.

The body of Calvin Eatchel, 51, was found in the street near 1670 W. 330 South shortly after 1 p.m. Debra Eatchel, 53, was found dead in a car just 50 feet away. Investigators did not release a possible motive Monday or provide any details about what led up to the shooting, but said they believe Calvin Eatchel shot and killed his ex-wife before turning the gun on himself.

The couple had five children together and had been involved in a bitter divorce, according to court records.

Steve Vaughn said he and Debra Eatchel were married at the beginning of the month. He claimed an ongoing dispute over a large amount of money Calvin Eatchel owed Debra from their divorce settlement boiled over Monday when Debra went to Calvin’s house to pick up their 13-year-old daughter.

For years, Vaughn said Debra Eatchel was “afraid of Calvin.”

“Whatever Debby achieved or earned herself, he would find a way to ruin it or take it away from her,” Vaughn said Tuesday.

According to Utah state court records, Debra Eatchel filed for a protective order against Calvin Eatchel in April of 2007 following a domestic violence-related incident. Calvin Eatchel was charged in 3rd District Court with simple assault, a misdemeanor, and child abuse. The charges were later dismissed after he completed treatment. Friends say she was acting in self-defense in that incident.

Debra Eatchel filed for divorce a week after requesting a protective order, court records state. But their divorce proceedings had been continuing in court ever since. The most recent entry in their case was on Friday when a summons was filed, according to court records.

She was charged in Salt Lake City Justice Court in 2005 with simple assault and five counts of committing domestic violence in the presence of a child. Those charges were later dismissed after she, too, completed a domestic violence treatment program.

Calvin Eatchel applied for a protective order against Debra Eatchel in 2005, according to court records.

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Murder/Suicide – Dead – Calvin Eatchel (Salt Lake City, UT)

Calvin Eatchel

SALT LAKE CITY — A divorced couple found dead in a Poplar Grove neighborhood Monday following an apparent murder-suicide had a history of domestic violence-related incidents, police said.

The body of Calvin Eatchel, 51, was found in the street near 1670 W. 330 South shortly after 1 p.m. Debra Eatchel, 53, was found dead in a car just 50 feet away. Investigators did not release a possible motive Monday or provide any details about what led up to the shooting, but said they believe Calvin Eatchel shot and killed his ex-wife before turning the gun on himself.

The couple had five children together and had been involved in a bitter divorce, according to court records.

Steve Vaughn said he and Debra Eatchel were married at the beginning of the month. He claimed an ongoing dispute over a large amount of money Calvin Eatchel owed Debra from their divorce settlement boiled over Monday when Debra went to Calvin’s house to pick up their 13-year-old daughter.

For years, Vaughn said Debra Eatchel was “afraid of Calvin.”

“Whatever Debby achieved or earned herself, he would find a way to ruin it or take it away from her,” Vaughn said Tuesday.

According to Utah state court records, Debra Eatchel filed for a protective order against Calvin Eatchel in April of 2007 following a domestic violence-related incident. Calvin Eatchel was charged in 3rd District Court with simple assault, a misdemeanor, and child abuse. The charges were later dismissed after he completed treatment. Friends say she was acting in self-defense in that incident.

Debra Eatchel filed for divorce a week after requesting a protective order, court records state. But their divorce proceedings had been continuing in court ever since. The most recent entry in their case was on Friday when a summons was filed, according to court records.

She was charged in Salt Lake City Justice Court in 2005 with simple assault and five counts of committing domestic violence in the presence of a child. Those charges were later dismissed after she, too, completed a domestic violence treatment program.

Calvin Eatchel applied for a protective order against Debra Eatchel in 2005, according to court records.

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Murder/Suicide – Bryson Drew (Spanish Fork, UT)

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SPANISH FORK — Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide involving a Spanish Fork man who they say killed his 2-year-old son before killing himself Sunday.

Bryson Drew, 21, and his son, Chanse, were found dead inside a home at 826 S. Fox Hill Drive by Drew’s sister around 8:40 p.m., said Spanish Fork Police Lt. Matthew Johnson. Officers initially responded on reports of a suicide and found both Drew and his son.

The child was found in a bedroom on the main floor of the home with blunt force trauma injuries, Johnson said. The boy’s father was found in the basement of the home with a single gunshot wound to the head.

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Killed – Jeff Foote (Washington Terrace, UT)

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A Washington Terrace man was shot and killed by Weber County a sheriff’s deputy early Saturday while police were trying to talk the man out of taking his own life.

An apparently distraught Jeff Foote, 39, placed a 911 call to police just before 1 a.m. and told a dispatcher that he planned to shoot himself, the sheriff’s office said in a news release.

Officers from multiple police agencies went to the home Foote shared with his parents, 110 W. 4600 South, to find him standing in the front yard, brandishing a small handgun.

One Weber County deputy tried to calm Foote and prevent him from attempting suicide. As they spoke, however, Foote apparently discharged his gun and an officer returned fire, Weber County Chief Deputy Klint Anderson said. No other shots were fired.

Foote, who was struck in the neck, was taken to an Ogden-area hospital where he died. His body was transferred to the Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office later Saturday for an autopsy.

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Murder/Suicide – Killed – Toni Lyn Cavagnaro (Oakley, UT)

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An Oakley couple who died Sunday in an apparent murder-suicide had been together for about 10 years, a family member said, but recently ended their engagement.

Summit County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Bridge said Sean Thomas Kenealey, 45, and his 40-year-old girlfriend, Toni Lyn Cavagnaro, both of Oakley, were found dead with gunshots in the head. A large-caliber handgun was believed used in the slayings.

Police believe Kenealey shot Cavagnaro, then turned the gun on himself sometime late Saturday evening. Bridge said investigators pieced together the timeline by looking at phone records and talking to neighbors, among other things.

The couple were found dead in the garage below the residence.

Detectives believe Kenealey shot and killed Cavagnaro about 9 p.m. Saturday before turning the gun on himself, said Summit County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Bridge. There was evidence at the scene that led investigators to conclude the situation was a murder-suicide and not a double homicide, though he declined Monday to provide details.

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Murder/Suicide – Sean Thomas Kenealey (Oakley, UT)

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An Oakley couple who died Sunday in an apparent murder-suicide had been together for about 10 years, a family member said, but recently ended their engagement.

Summit County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Bridge said Sean Thomas Kenealey, 45, and his 40-year-old girlfriend, Toni Lyn Cavagnaro, both of Oakley, were found dead with gunshots in the head. A large-caliber handgun was believed used in the slayings.

Police believe Kenealey shot Cavagnaro, then turned the gun on himself sometime late Saturday evening. Bridge said investigators pieced together the timeline by looking at phone records and talking to neighbors, among other things.

The couple were found dead in the garage below the residence.

Detectives believe Kenealey shot and killed Cavagnaro about 9 p.m. Saturday before turning the gun on himself, said Summit County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Bridge. There was evidence at the scene that led investigators to conclude the situation was a murder-suicide and not a double homicide, though he declined Monday to provide details.

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Killed – Sione Fakatoufifita (Salt Lake City, UT)

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A West Valley City teenager was shot to death early Saturday in Salt Lake City, according to police.

The shooter was still at large Saturday night.

The Salt Lake Police Department identified the victim as 19-year-old Sione Fakatoufifita. Police responded to a shots-fired call at 1680 S. Redwood Road about 1:15 a.m. When they arrived, they found Fakatoufifita’s body in the north parking lot of the Maverik convenience store.

Lt. Carl Merino said that witnesses reported multiple shots being fired but that Fakatoufifita was hit once. So far, it is unclear what sparked the shooting or whether anyone else was with Fakatoufifita. Police believe that the shooter was alone.

Police say that witnesses saw the assailant ran northeast across Redwood Road and was almost hit by a car. Detectives would like to speak to the driver of that vehicle.

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Killed – Baby – Ryker Petersen (American Fork, UT)

Ryker Petersen

AMERICAN FORK — A 5-month-old baby boy died Friday after suffering a single gunshot wound to the head, the victim of an apparent murder-suicide attempt.

Police arrested the baby’s father, Joshua David Petersen, 21, of American Fork, and booked him into Utah County Jail for investigation of aggravated murder.

Investigators said Petersen laid his son, Ryker, on a couch, went into another room and loaded a single .22 round into a rifle, then returned and shot the baby. Investigators said Petersen told them he had been planning to kill his son and then himself for the past month.

The tragedy occurred about 1 p.m. in a home at 582 N. 500 East.

Investigators said Petersen shot the baby and was about to shoot himself when a family member in the house tackled him before he could pull the trigger again.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865577594/5-month-old-boy-shot-to-death-in-American-Fork-home.html

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Killed – Cody J. Ramseyer (Willard, UT)

Cody J. Ramseyer

A Willard police officer shot and killed a Sandy man who led police on a high-speed chase late Friday before crashing his sport utility vehicle on Interstate 15 about six miles south of Brigham City.

Police first spotted the maroon GMC Denali driven by Cody J. Ramseyer, 49, as it sped northbound on I-15 through Davis County about 10:15 p.m. Friday. The SUV was traveling at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour, the Utah Highway Patrol said in a news release.

Multiple 911 callers also reported a reckless driver and UHP troopers tried stopping the vehicle in both Davis and Weber counties without success.

A Pleasant View police officer also tried to stop the SUV near exit 357 in Box Elder County, but Ramseyer veered to the right and his vehicle crashed into a ditch at about 10:30 p.m., UHP spokesman Lawrence Hopper said. The accident was in the Willard Bay area, he said.

Officers from Pleasant View, Harrisville, Willard and UHP all responded to the accident scene and made contact with Ramseyer, whom UHP contends was aggressive and threatening to police.

A UHP trooper and a Pleasant View officer deployed Tasers at Ramseyer, but the stun gun failed to stop his aggressive behavior, UHP said. A Willard police officer then shot Ramseyer, who dropped to the ground.

Ramseyer was transported by Brigham City Community Hospital and then by air ambulance to McKay-Dee Hospital, where he later died from his injuries, UHP said.

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Killed – Gregorio Salazar Campos (Moab, UT)

Gregorio Salazar Campos

A 44-year-old Moab woman — whose boyfriend was allegedly killed by her son and another boy — helped in several ways to cover up the crime scene, according to documents obtained Wednesday from the Grand County sheriff’s office.

Corina Yardley was arrested on suspicion of obstructing justice for alleged acts that include allowing the two 16-year-old boys to use her truck to dispose of the body of 33-year-old Gregorio Salazar Campos.

Campos was shot three times in the head on March 25 as he slept in Yardley’s bed at Yardley’s trailer park home at 608 River Sands Road, according to jail documents. His body was found Sunday in the Colorado River.

Charles Anthony Nelson, also known as “Tony,” was allegedly persuaded to fire the gun by his friend Brody Blu Kruckenberg, who is Yardley’s son, according to information received by the Grand County Sheriff’s Office and included in a jail probable cause statement.

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Killed – Teresa Scott (Salem, UT)

Teresa Scott

A Salem man has been taking into custody on suspicion of murdering his wife.

Salem police officers were dispatched to 445 E. 300 South in Salem at approximately 7 p.m. Saturday for a medical call, according to Salem police. They found Teresa Scott, 45, dead inside the home. Her husband, Tracy Aaron Scott, 47, was at the home when officers arrived on the scene, although he did not initially cooperate with police officers.

According to police documents, Tracy Scott told dispatchers he had shot his wife and she was dead, and he refused to put down his gun.

Eventually he was taken into custody at the residence and has been arrested and booked into Utah County Jail.

http://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/salem-man-arrested-in-wife-s-shooting-death/article_2ca48c16-94eb-11e2-8e25-0019bb2963f4.html

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Killed – Ronnie Ontiveros (Salt Lake City, UT)

Ronnie Ontiveros

SALT LAKE CITY – One man is dead after firing at JCAT officers who were in the area trying to serve an arrest warrant on a parole fugitive in Salt Lake City on Tuesday.

Joint Criminal Apprehension Team agents were in the area of 1149 South Foulger Avenue in Salt Lake City Tuesday at around 4 p.m. trying to serve an arrest warrant on ex-convict James Anton Mciff when another man, 37-year-old Ronnie Ontiveros, opened fire.

Officers returned fire, firing several dozen rounds at Ontiveros, hitting him at least twice.

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Killed – Jesus Lucena Velez (West Valley City, UT)

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West Valley City detectives have identified the victim from a fatal shooting earlier this week.

Jesus Lucena Velez, 42, died after police suspect his 60-year-old roommate, Roberto Talojo Romero, shot him at their house at 2363 S. Redwood Road on Sunday night. Velez apparently suffered multiple gunshot wounds, and Romero allegedly admitted that he shot Velez after an argument, said Sgt. Jason Hauer.

Police responded to a call reporting “shots fired” at a home at 2363 S. Redwood Road about 11:40 p.m. on March 10. Officers saw Velez on the floor bleeding from his head and chest and he was pronounced dead.

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Killed – Brett Max Knight (Kaysville, UT)

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KAYSVILLE — A man who was shot and killed on I-15 by police Monday following a high speed chase through three counties had a long criminal history.

Brett Max Knight, 33, was shot by law enforcers after police say he raised a handgun and pointed it in their direction, said Department of Public Safety spokesman Dwayne Baird.

Four officers — including three deputies from the Davis County Sheriff’s Office — opened fire, striking Knight multiple times after he refused to drop his gun and used it in a threatening manner. Baird did not believe Knight fired any shots.

Knight was wanted in connection with a robbery at Chase Bank, 223 E. 12300 South in Draper, on Friday. He entered the bank about 4:15 p.m. and presented a note to an employee and demanded money, police said. Surveillance video showed that the man made little attempt to hide his identity. Baird said Draper police investigating the robbery received multiple tips from the public that Knight might be the person responsible.

The Davis County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the pursuit once it reached their jurisdiction. Davis County’s armored BearCat vehicle join in the chase. Shortly after 5 p.m. near Kaysville, the BearCat performed a PIT maneuver on the fleeing pickup truck — bumping the rear quarter-panel, causing the truck to spin-out.

After sitting in his vehicle for a minute or two, Knight got out and could initially be seen holding a gun at his side. Law enforcers drew their guns and positioned themselves behind their vehicles. Not long afterward, his gun was raised and he was shot.

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KAYSVILLE — The Utah Department of Public Safety has identified the suspect killed by officers on I-15 following a high-speed chase Monday as Brett Max Knight, 33.

 

Killed – Diann Bailey (Cedar City, UT)

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UPDATE: Thad Robertson, 54, was charged with two counts of aggravated murder at about 5 p.m. Feb. 20. The charge was aggravated based on the fact that two people were killed during the alleged incident, according to a Cedar City Police Department press release.

CEDAR CITY – Jeffery Lane Hardy, 52, and Diann Bailey, 59, are dead after a Feb. 15 shooting the Cedar City Police Department is classifying as a homicide.

Police received a call at about 2 p.m. Feb. 15 that there was a suicidal person at the address of 386 N. 400 West. The Iron Metro SWAT team was called after police encountered 54-year-old Thad Robertson outside the home. Robertson allegedly told police there was a person in the home likely armed with a handgun and someone had been shot, according to a Cedar City Police Department press release.

SWAT was on scene approximately 90 minutes before entering the home. Inside, police found Hardy dead with multiple gunshot wounds and Bailey suffering from an apparent gunshot wound, the CCPD press release reported.

Bailey was treated at Valley View Medical Center and then airlifted to Intermountain Medical Center in Murray. She died the morning of Feb. 19 from her injuries.

http://www.ironcountytoday.com/view/full_story/21757946/article-Police-investigate-double-murder?instance=home_news_1st_left

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Killed – Jeffery Lane Hardy (Cedar City, UT)

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UPDATE: Thad Robertson, 54, was charged with two counts of aggravated murder at about 5 p.m. Feb. 20. The charge was aggravated based on the fact that two people were killed during the alleged incident, according to a Cedar City Police Department press release.

CEDAR CITY – Jeffery Lane Hardy, 52, and Diann Bailey, 59, are dead after a Feb. 15 shooting the Cedar City Police Department is classifying as a homicide.

Police received a call at about 2 p.m. Feb. 15 that there was a suicidal person at the address of 386 N. 400 West. The Iron Metro SWAT team was called after police encountered 54-year-old Thad Robertson outside the home. Robertson allegedly told police there was a person in the home likely armed with a handgun and someone had been shot, according to a Cedar City Police Department press release.

SWAT was on scene approximately 90 minutes before entering the home. Inside, police found Hardy dead with multiple gunshot wounds and Bailey suffering from an apparent gunshot wound, the CCPD press release reported.

Bailey was treated at Valley View Medical Center and then airlifted to Intermountain Medical Center in Murray. She died the morning of Feb. 19 from her injuries.

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Killed – Shontay Nichole Young (Midvale, UT)

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MIDVALE — Unified Police identified the victims in a triple homicide here, as the manhunt continued for two men suspected of killing them.

The victims were identified Wednesday as Omar Jarman, 35; Shontay Young, 34; and Danielle Lucero, 26. A woman who was shot and wounded remained hospitalized in serious condition, police said.

They were among 10 people inside a home near 8200 South and Adams Street on Tuesday morning when the shooting began. Unified Police are looking for 25-year-old David Fresques and another unidentified man, suspected of involvement in the slayings.

Omar P. Jarman, 35; Shontay N. Young, 34; and Danielle B. Lucero, 26, died in the shooting. Police also said Wednesday morning that 10 people were in the house during the shooting — four victims, two suspects, and four witnesses. Of the people who were shot, three died and one — an adult woman — has been upgraded to serious condition.

Fresques and a second man are wanted for questioning in connection with the triple homicide, which happened inside what police described as a “known narcotics house.” Unified police were called to 8286 Adams St. (450 West) just after 8 a.m. Tuesday. They found three people dead and transported one to the hospital.

http://fox13now.com/2013/02/13/victims-identified-in-midvale-triple-murder/

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Killed – Danielle Beatrice Lucero (Midvale, UT)

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MIDVALE — Unified Police identified the victims in a triple homicide here, as the manhunt continued for two men suspected of killing them.

The victims were identified Wednesday as Omar Jarman, 35; Shontay Young, 34; and Danielle Lucero, 26. A woman who was shot and wounded remained hospitalized in serious condition, police said.

They were among 10 people inside a home near 8200 South and Adams Street on Tuesday morning when the shooting began. Unified Police are looking for 25-year-old David Fresques and another unidentified man, suspected of involvement in the slayings.

Omar P. Jarman, 35; Shontay N. Young, 34; and Danielle B. Lucero, 26, died in the shooting. Police also said Wednesday morning that 10 people were in the house during the shooting — four victims, two suspects, and four witnesses. Of the people who were shot, three died and one — an adult woman — has been upgraded to serious condition.

Fresques and a second man are wanted for questioning in connection with the triple homicide, which happened inside what police described as a “known narcotics house.” Unified police were called to 8286 Adams St. (450 West) just after 8 a.m. Tuesday. They found three people dead and transported one to the hospital.

http://fox13now.com/2013/02/13/victims-identified-in-midvale-triple-murder/

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Killed – Omar Paul Jarman (Midvale, UT)

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MIDVALE — Unified Police identified the victims in a triple homicide here, as the manhunt continued for two men suspected of killing them.

The victims were identified Wednesday as Omar Jarman, 35; Shontay Young, 34; and Danielle Lucero, 26. A woman who was shot and wounded remained hospitalized in serious condition, police said.

They were among 10 people inside a home near 8200 South and Adams Street on Tuesday morning when the shooting began. Unified Police are looking for 25-year-old David Fresques and another unidentified man, suspected of involvement in the slayings.

Omar P. Jarman, 35; Shontay N. Young, 34; and Danielle B. Lucero, 26, died in the shooting. Police also said Wednesday morning that 10 people were in the house during the shooting — four victims, two suspects, and four witnesses. Of the people who were shot, three died and one — an adult woman — has been upgraded to serious condition.

Fresques and a second man are wanted for questioning in connection with the triple homicide, which happened inside what police described as a “known narcotics house.” Unified police were called to 8286 Adams St. (450 West) just after 8 a.m. Tuesday. They found three people dead and transported one to the hospital.

http://fox13now.com/2013/02/13/victims-identified-in-midvale-triple-murder/

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Killed – Shaniel Kaye Donaldson (Price, UT)

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Police say a husband killed his wife and then himself in Price early Sunday.

Officers said 37-year-old David Scott Donaldson called dispatchers about 2:50 a.m. Sunday to tell them he had shot his wife, Shaniel Kaye Donaldson, 32, and planned to shoot himself at a residence near 600 West and 300 South.

When officers with the police department, Carbon County Sheriff’s Office, Utah Highway Patrol and Helper police arrived, they removed four children from the home and tried to contact the husband, who remained inside. The children were not harmed.

When the Carbon County SWAT team entered the home, they found the husband and wife dead in the master bedroom, apparent victims of a murder-suicide.

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Dead – David Scott Donaldson (Price, UT)

David Scott Donaldson

Police say a husband killed his wife and then himself in Price early Sunday.

Officers said 37-year-old David Scott Donaldson called dispatchers about 2:50 a.m. Sunday to tell them he had shot his wife, Shaniel Kaye Donaldson, 32, and planned to shoot himself at a residence near 600 West and 300 South.

When officers with the police department, Carbon County Sheriff’s Office, Utah Highway Patrol and Helper police arrived, they removed four children from the home and tried to contact the husband, who remained inside. The children were not harmed.

When the Carbon County SWAT team entered the home, they found the husband and wife dead in the master bedroom, apparent victims of a murder-suicide.

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Killed – Iris Rodriguez (Salt Lake City, UT)

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SALT LAKE CITY — Two adults found dead Friday inside a vehicle on an I-80 off-ramp were likely killed in a murder-suicide, police said.

A female driver and male passenger were located inside an SUV pulled to the right side of the ramp near Redwood Road. Investigators said both victims appeared to have gunshot wounds to the head.

“It appears the driver was shot first, and then the passenger shot himself,” Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Steven Winward said.

The vehicle’s occupants were identified as Felipe Rodriguez, 37, and Iris Rodriguez, 32.

The incident took place around 9 a.m. UHP troopers were notified by a witness who saw the vehicle leave the roadway, Winward said. The vehicle has a Utah license plate, and investigators believe the victims were local residents.

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Dead – Felipe Rodriguez (Salt Lake City, UT)

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SALT LAKE CITY — Two adults found dead Friday inside a vehicle on an I-80 off-ramp were likely killed in a murder-suicide, police said.

A female driver and male passenger were located inside an SUV pulled to the right side of the ramp near Redwood Road. Investigators said both victims appeared to have gunshot wounds to the head.

“It appears the driver was shot first, and then the passenger shot himself,” Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Steven Winward said.

The vehicle’s occupants were identified as Felipe Rodriguez, 37, and Iris Rodriguez, 32.

The incident took place around 9 a.m. UHP troopers were notified by a witness who saw the vehicle leave the roadway, Winward said. The vehicle has a Utah license plate, and investigators believe the victims were local residents.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865572643/Two-found-dead-inside-vehicle-on-I-80-ramp.html?pg=all

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Killed – Kelly Fay Simons (Salt Lake City, UT)

Kelly Fay Simons, 38, was shot and killed on Wednesday by police, who suspect her of committing a series of armed robberies in the Salt Lake Valley.

On Jan. 9, South Salt Lake Police officer Joe Sutera shot Kelly Fay Simons when she allegedly attempted to run over Sutera with her pickup truck at the intersection of Belmont Avenue and Lake Street near Liberty Park. A ruling issued by District Attorney Sim Gill states that Sutera fired six times, hitting Simons once in the head and once in the chest.

Sutera then got out with his pistol drawn and shouted at Simons to surrender. She turned around, and the two made eye contact. The report states that Sutera yelled at her again, warning that he would shoot if she didn’t stop. Sutera reported that Simons then drove the pickup in reverse toward him at a high rate of speed.

The fatal shooting of the other woman occurred at about 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, as JCAT members were attempting to serve an arrest warrant near Liberty Park, according to Jim Phelps, spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Office and JCAT commander.

Wednesday, a JCAT officer spotted Simons on a street near Liberty Park, at 974 S. 740 East. After some type of confrontation, Simons was shot and killed. Scott Simons said police have not given him a lot of information about the incident, but he was told that his daughter reportedly tried to hit an officer with her vehicle.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865570494/Father-struggles-to-understand-allegations-against-daughter-who-was-killed-by-police.html?pg=all

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Police Shots Fired – Man (Murray, UT)

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About 20 minutes later, an officer spotted the man at a Family Dollar store at 6160 S. 1300 East. The man fled when he saw the police officer pull into the parking lot, running south on 1300 East and into a residential neighborhood.

The officer gave chase, returning fire when the man stopped short of a parked car and began shooting at him. A bullet hit the getaway car.

No one was injured, but the man — and the woman waiting inside the car — took off on foot down the street, running into an open garage where they took a silver 2010 Dodge Caliber from the resident and drove away, evading police.

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Killed – Andre Pappas (Salt Lake City, UT)

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Two men found dead Friday in a Salt Lake City home were the victims of a murder-suicide, the Medical Examiner’s Office has determined.

Police said the 70-year-old man shot and killed his domestic partner, a 67-year-old man, before taking his own life in the living room of a home at 1011 S. 400 East.

Authorities say it appears 70-year-old Andre Pappas shot his 67-year-old domestic partner, Theodore Beehakis, before killing himself. Sgt. Shawn Josephson says both men had significant medical issues.

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Killed – Theodore Beehakis (Salt Lake City, UT)

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Two men found dead Friday in a Salt Lake City home were the victims of a murder-suicide, the Medical Examiner’s Office has determined.

Police said the 70-year-old man shot and killed his domestic partner, a 67-year-old man, before taking his own life in the living room of a home at 1011 S. 400 East.

Authorities say it appears 70-year-old Andre Pappas shot his 67-year-old domestic partner, Theodore Beehakis, before killing himself. Sgt. Shawn Josephson says both men had significant medical issues.

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