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Idaho Man Accused Of Kidnapping To Be Held In Jail, Preliminary Hearing Set

An Idaho man accused of holding a woman against her will during an incident in Richmond was denied release from jail after a detention hearing in 1st District Court on Thursday.

Tracy M. Henrie, 33, appeared in court via video conference call from the Cache County Jail. Henrie faces one count of first-degree aggravated kidnapping, third-degree aggravated assault and four additional felonies and misdemeanors. Henrie was arrested on Jan. 22, and faces life in prison if convicted.


After evidence was presented by defense counsel and prosecutors — including video surveillance footage of the incident — Judge Brian Cannell found there was substantial evidence for the charges and significant risk posed to the alleged victim if Henrie were to be released. Read the rest of the story on


This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.