Agreement Reached, Charge Amended Against Man Who Told Police Of Non-Existent Bomb At Courthouse
A man who was arrested and charged with a second-degree felony after notifying police of a bomb threat in Logan — although investigation turned up no evidence of such a threat — entered into a diversion agreement on Wednesday after Cache County prosecutors lessened the severity of the charge.
Zachary Aaron Kidd, 36, now faces a class-A misdemeanor count of attempted making of a false alarm. Documents filed with the court show the class-A charge can now be dismissed provided certain terms of a diversion agreement are met.
During Kidd’s appearance in court on Wednesday, defense attorney Ryan Holdaway told the court many of the agreement’s terms would be satisfied in short order, and Judge Brian Cannell scheduled a review in the case on Sept. 1. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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