Part of a house on Arbor Drive in Spanish Valley was caught in a brush fire around 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 13. First responders at the scene said they were unaware of any injuries resulting from the fire.
Omar Guerro will spend more than three decades in Utah State Prison following his conviction on murder and aggravated kidnapping counts, along with another felony conviction related to being a prohibited possessor of a firearm.
Fire and law enforcement personnel from multiple agencies responded to a brush fire in the 4500 block of Spanish Valley Drive on Tuesday afternoon, June 11.
A Moab man was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison after a jury in St. George convicted him of first-degree murder in the June 2, 2018 stabbing death of 33-year-old St. George resident Elizabeth Carter.
The first jury to be seated for a murder case in Grand County in at least 14 years rendered a mixed verdict in the trial of Omar Guerro Friday evening, May 31.
A housekeeping employee who worked at a hotel in Moab admitted to Moab City Police on Sunday, June 2 to stealing an iPad from a customer, who had reportedly left it on the bed in the room she was renting.
Moab City Police Friday responded to a report of a patron of a local hotel who could not get the door to unlock, nor could he open the window. The incident occurred at roughly 7:30 a.m. May 31. After police unsuccessfully attempted to open the door and window, they kicked in the door to get the patron out of the room.
The first jury to be seated for a murder trial in Grand County in at least 15 years rendered a mixed verdict in the trial of Omar Guerro Friday evening.
The narrative that opposing attorneys provide to jurors when they present their respective opening statements during a trial is not evidence. That’s the role of witnesses, and one of them has devastating news for defendant Omar Guerro, also known as Martin Armenta and several other names, who faces murder and three aggravated kidnapping counts. It’s also alleged he was a prohibited possessor of a firearm.
On Friday, May 24, Moab first responders and Grand County Middle School conducted a drill simulating how children and parents would be reunified following an emergency situation, such as a lockout.