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December 6, 1999 | From Associated Press
Police using bloodhounds searched the rocky southern Utah desert on Sunday for seven teenagers who allegedly beat a counselor unconscious while they were on a camping trip for troubled youths. The seven had stolen radios to monitor police communications, wool coats and blankets, and one-day ration packs of food, authorities said. They fled on Saturday near Cedar City, about 220 miles south of Salt Lake City.
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December 7, 1999 | From Associated Press
Five of eight teenage boys who fled a wilderness camp for troubled youths were found Monday, two days after some of them beat one counselor and tied up another. One teen had trudged 30 miles across the frosty Utah desert before surrendering at a hog farm. Another turned up in Nevada after hitchhiking 140 miles. He directed authorities to three others hiding near Beryl, Utah, 15 miles from the Nevada line.
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December 7, 1999 | From Associated Press
Five of eight teenage boys who fled a wilderness camp for troubled youths were found Monday, two days after some of them beat one counselor and tied up another. One teen had trudged 30 miles across the frosty Utah desert before surrendering at a hog farm. Another turned up in Nevada after hitchhiking 140 miles. He directed authorities to three others hiding near Beryl, Utah, 15 miles from the Nevada line.
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December 6, 1999 | From Associated Press
Police using bloodhounds searched the rocky southern Utah desert on Sunday for seven teenagers who allegedly beat a counselor unconscious while they were on a camping trip for troubled youths. The seven had stolen radios to monitor police communications, wool coats and blankets, and one-day ration packs of food, authorities said. They fled on Saturday near Cedar City, about 220 miles south of Salt Lake City.
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