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Former Logan fire chief pleads not guilty

Former Logan fire chief pleads not guilty

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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Logan's former fire chief has pleaded not guilty to a handful of felony charges accusing him of burglary and falsely obtaining or possessing prescription drugs.

A court docket says 41-year-old Kyle B. Lindsay entered his plea Wednesday and waived a preliminary hearing as 1st District Judge Thomas Willmore set a pretrial conference for Nov. 30.

His lawyer, Brad H. Bearnson, told The Herald Journal of Logan he's working with prosecutors to resolve the case. Lindsay had no comment.

Prosecutors say Lindsay told a Smithfield homeowner who found him rifling through drawers last summer that he was searching for his cat.

Lindsay was Logan's fire chief for two months before resigning in August.


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