Articles Tagged with Utah

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A man was taken into custody after allegedly walking into an LDS church filled with people and taking off all of his clothing in front of the mixed-aged crowd.

40-year-old Jeremy David Miller lives in St. George, Utah.

On the morning of July 18, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was holding a morning service with approximately 100 worshippers in attendance.

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A 5-year-old child in a Utah recreation center bathroom crawled under the barrier and out of the stall he was in when a man allegedly entered and tried to sexually assault him.

On June 1, a 5-year-old boy was spending time at the Lehi Legacy Center.

The child needed to use the facilities, and he went into one of the restroom stalls in a bathroom inside the locker room.

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When the stepchildren of a woman who had taken her top off at home walked in and saw her breasts she was charged for lewdness, and she may be forced to register as a sex offender.

Sometime between late 2017 and early 2019, 27-year-old Tilli Buchanan and her husband were making home improvements and installing drywall in their Utah residence.

When they began to itch from the materials they were working with the couple reportedly removed their shirts to try to get rid of the source of the irritation.

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Angel Bronsgeest, a 55 year old woman from Lake Forest, plead guilty on Monday to federal charges of being involved in a real estate scam that cost Southern California investors $3.5 million, according to the United States Attorney’s Office.

Bronsgeest admitted that she, along with Shawn Watkins, a 46 year old man from Utah, would allegedly solicit the victims at Orange County hotel seminars and ask them to invest in their company, The Equity Growth Group. The two claimed that their company managed hundreds of properties, generating income from their rents, which was used to buy new properties. The investors were told they would be getting interest payments and that their money was secured by collateral through filing deeds of property trusts.

“Investor money was not used to acquire new properties, nor was it secured by collateral, and many victims did not receive interest payments. In fact, money that was paid to some victims as purported interest or a return on their investment came from investments made by other victims,” the Attorney’s Office said in a statement.

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