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SALT LAKE CITY -- A Salt Lake City family has moved back into their home two months after SWAT teams had made in uninhabitable.
On Jan. 5, SWAT teams filled the Miramontes home with tear gas searching for Roberto Roman, the suspected shooter of Deputy Josie Fox.
Roman's cousin owns the home, and police believed he was inside. The Miramontes' denied Roman was in the home and gave police permission to search it.
The cost to clean and fix the Miramontes' home has been estimated around $10,000.
New carpet and furniture were donated by local businesses.