On Sept. 19th Springville Officers received a request from a local woman who had lost her cell phone, to check a residence where the phone was now pinging. Officers knocked on the door and when the residents opened the door, the officers immediately smelled the strong odor of marijuana. The officers began using excellent investigative skills, during which time the male suspect tried to run away. Officers chased the male and were eventually able to take him into custody. After obtaining a search warrant, officers searched the home and discovered a drug sales operation, confiscating $40,000 in drugs, $53,000 in cash (drug money), and a loaded assault rifle. The man was booked into jail and a female was released on a citation.
Springville police drug bust * Springville Police * Drug Arrest
The simple accusation of a Sex Crime like rape, forcible sex abuse, child sex abuse or possession of child porn can destroy someone’s life even if the allegation does not end in a conviction.
If you or someone you know are being accused of a Sex Crime, it is critical you contact our experienced Utah Sex Crimes Lawyers to advise you even if you are not currently charged. Once a sex crime investigation is underway, our Utah Sex Crimes Lawyers can help to prevent charges from being filed or to make sure you do not make missteps in dealing with law enforcement officers.
Call 801-208-9514 24hrs a day.
sex with a minor
internet sex crimes
many other sex crimes
Having one of our experienced Utah Sex Crimes Lawyers involved early on can make all the difference between a favorable and a disastrous outcome for you later on. Call the 247 Help Group today
Most insurance agencies will be contacting you shortly after your auto accident to get as much information as possible to get your case paid and closed quickly. If you believe you are being undercompensated for your auto accident contact us today we can connect you with some of Utah’s top personal Injury attorneys 24hrs a day.
Its important to know your rights and your states statute of limitations. We will do everything we can to ensure you have the best representation available.
Sergeant Moffitt, was injured last week while on-duty (see link for details). Due to the continued outpouring of support, a gofundme has been created to focus the donations for Sgt Moffitt and his family. Please join me in showing the Moffitt family our love and appreciation for their service and sacrifice. They are our heroes!
A Woods Cross police officer accused of firing several rounds at a vehicle driving away from him now faces two felony criminal charges.
Joshua John Lindsey, 39, of Kaysville — who was fired from the department — was charged Tuesday in 2nd District Court with two counts of aggravated assault, a third-degree felony.
On Feb. 7, in a car lot near 1650 W. 500 South in Woods Cross, Lindsey was “charging” toward a truck with two men inside that was trying to get away from him, according to charging documents. While doing so, he fired four shots, the charges state.
“Fortunately for all concerned, (Lindsey’s) shots hit the vehicle and missed the victims inside,” the charges say.
The officer said he felt like his life was in danger, according to a police affidavit.
The two men in the truck, Julian Nordahl, 26, and Tucker Riggs, 28, were arrested. But according to state court records, only Nordahl was charged. He was charged with two counts of theft by receiving stolen property, a second-degree felony. On Aug. 17, Nordahl pleaded guilty to one amended count of attempted theft by deception, a third-degree felony. He is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 5.
The 247 Help Group is your source for Utah Lawyers that handle cases throughout the state and felony crime charges of all types, including:
Assault and battery
Sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, etc.
Weapons offenses or enhancements
Homicide or murder
Domestic violence-related offenses
Assault and terroristic threats
Negligent and vehicular homicide.
You need help dealing with felony criminal charges. Our Utah felony lawyers are experienced negotiators and trial lawyers, who provide a vigorous defense of your rights. You can beat your felony crime charges with help.
Last week a Marine infantry officer and battalion commander generated a wave of controversy online after he took to social media to air his frustrations with senior military leadership over their handling of the U.S. military’s withdrawal from Afghanistan and what he said was a lack of accountability for mistakes made by those charged with managing the final stages of America’s longest war.
Marine Commander Stuart Scheller * Commander Stuart Scheller
— Rescuers in boats, helicopters and high-water trucks brought hundreds of people trapped by Hurricane Ida’s floodwaters to safety Monday and utility repair crews rushed in, after the furious storm swamped the Louisiana coast and ravaged the electrical grid in the stifling, late-summer heat.
Residents living amid the maze of rivers and bayous along the state’s Gulf Coast retreated desperately to their attics or roofs and posted their addresses on social media with instructions for search-and-rescue teams on where to find them.
More than 1 million homes and businesses in Louisiana and Mississippi — including all of New Orleans — were left without power as Ida, one of the most powerful hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. mainland, pushed through on Sunday.
Hurricane Ida footage * Hurricane Ida Video * Video of Hurricane Ida * Hurricane Ida * 5th Largest storm in history