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More People Indicted in Case of Eight Illegal Immigrants Who Died in Crash

More People Indicted in Case of Eight Illegal Immigrants Who Died in Crash



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(KSL News) A federal grand jury has indicted two more people in the case of eight illegal immigrants killed in an SUV crash in southern Utah.

The new indictments name Adolfo Espinoza and Felipe Sales-Perez. They join Rigoberto Salas, who was driving the SUV full of immigrants on April 16 when it rolled and killed eight of the 14 people inside. He pleaded not guilt today to a charge of transporting illegal aliens resulting in death.

More People Indicted in Case of Eight Illegal Immigrants Who Died in Crash

Espinoza is accused of paying him to drive the group to St. Louis. A federal warrant has been issued for Espinoza's arrest.

Prosecutors say they will not recommend the death penalty for any of them.

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