Summit County Attorney's Office

Local law enforcement has issued an alert about a dangerous synthetic drug that may be in our community.  This drug has ties to "Pink", the synthetic opioid that police say killed two teens in the Park City area in 2016.  Please see the statement below and stay tuned to KPCW for updates.

Three recent graduates of Park City High, who are facing sexual battery charges, have their next court date in early July.

All three defendants have made their first appearance in court--the most recent being Monday June 25.

Carter Noah Hall made a brief appearance in Third District Courty. His attorney Lindsay Jarvis, noted that his co-defendants, Joseph Lukrich and Bernhardt Pederson, have their next roll call scheduled on July 9. She asked for the same date for her client.

The Summit County Attorney's office has filed sexual battery charges against three 18-year-olds who graduated earlier this month from Park City High School. Rick Brough has more:

The homicide case involving former NFL player Anthony McClanahan continues to move along slowly. The judge in Summit County's Third District Court heard that it may be a year, from the time of the death, before the case gets to a preliminary hearing. Rick Brough has more:

The Summit County Attorney's office, aided by three outside law firms, have filed the first opioid lawsuit initiated by a county in Utah.  The 240-page complaint in the Third District Court alleges that a group of opioid manufacturers and distributors created the national crisis by the misinformation and false claims in their marketing, as Rick Brough explains:

The Summit County Attorney's office filed a criminal information in Third District Court today, charging Anthony Darnel McClanahan with Criminal Homicide, Murder in connection with the death of his 28 year old wife, Keri Colleen "KC" McClanahan on the night of November 1 -2 , 2017 in Park City. Mr. McClanahan was arrested earlier on other charges. He is currently in the custody of the Salt Lake County Adult Detention Center. The Summit County Attorney's Office has asked that he be held without bail in this case.

Leslie Thatcher

Summit County Prosecutors are dismissing domestic violence and assault charges against Olympic gold medal skier Picabo Street. In an interview with KPCW this morning, her attorney Joe Wrona said it's about time. Picabo talked about how her arrest has impacted her and her family and says she's ready to move on.

Summit County Sheriff

The Summit County Attorney's Office says it is not seeking the death penalty against homicide defendant James Enoch Henfling. That's because of the guidelines set by Utah's criminal statutes. Rick Brough has more.