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August 27, 1987
A California man accused of using a handgun to force an Amtrak crew to stop a passenger train in a remote section of central Utah on July 4 was arraigned on four counts of aggravated kidnaping. Eleventh Circuit Judge John Ruggeri in Price, Utah, continued the arraignment for Donald R. Brian, 44, of Hayward for at least 30 days to give the defendant's court-appointed attorney time to review the charges. But Brian will remain in the Carbon County Jail pending a separate arraignment Aug.
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March 9, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two Utah State University football players face multiple felony charges stemming from several campus thefts. Ron Lopez of Los Angeles and Ruben Farias of Windsor, Calif., were arrested by university police in February and were formally charged in the 1st Circuit Court in Logan, Utah, last week.
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December 23, 1988 | Associated Press
Four teen-agers who watched a driver fall unconscious and crash into a cemetery have been arrested on charges of looting her car and stealing the engagement ring off her finger, police said. The 24-year-old woman swerved off the road Tuesday night after apparently suffering an epileptic seizure, Assistant Police Chief Paul Forbes said. As she lay unconscious in her car, the teen-agers, who had been driving behind her, stopped and stole her purse and the ring, he said.
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July 13, 1989 | From Associated Press
Two security policemen at Hill Air Force Base pleaded innocent Wednesday to federal charges stemming from the theft of three F-16 jet engines and other military hardware snagged in an FBI sting operation. The 22-count indictment was unsealed at a hearing for Airman 1st Class Brian David Roth, 22, of Chesterland, Ohio, and Senior Airman Danny Joe Stroud, 23, and his wife, Kimberly, 22, of Wichita, Kan.
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March 9, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two Utah State University football players face multiple felony charges stemming from several campus thefts. Ron Lopez of Los Angeles and Ruben Farias of Windsor, Calif., were arrested by university police in February and were formally charged in the 1st Circuit Court in Logan, Utah, last week.
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July 13, 1989 | From Associated Press
Two security policemen at Hill Air Force Base pleaded innocent Wednesday to federal charges stemming from the theft of three F-16 jet engines and other military hardware snagged in an FBI sting operation. The 22-count indictment was unsealed at a hearing for Airman 1st Class Brian David Roth, 22, of Chesterland, Ohio, and Senior Airman Danny Joe Stroud, 23, and his wife, Kimberly, 22, of Wichita, Kan.
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December 23, 1988 | Associated Press
Four teen-agers who watched a driver fall unconscious and crash into a cemetery have been arrested on charges of looting her car and stealing the engagement ring off her finger, police said. The 24-year-old woman swerved off the road Tuesday night after apparently suffering an epileptic seizure, Assistant Police Chief Paul Forbes said. As she lay unconscious in her car, the teen-agers, who had been driving behind her, stopped and stole her purse and the ring, he said.
NEWS
August 27, 1987
A California man accused of using a handgun to force an Amtrak crew to stop a passenger train in a remote section of central Utah on July 4 was arraigned on four counts of aggravated kidnaping. Eleventh Circuit Judge John Ruggeri in Price, Utah, continued the arraignment for Donald R. Brian, 44, of Hayward for at least 30 days to give the defendant's court-appointed attorney time to review the charges. But Brian will remain in the Carbon County Jail pending a separate arraignment Aug.
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