Teens Plead Not Guilty in Logan Lights Threat Case

Teens Plead Not Guilty in Logan Lights Threat Case

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(KSL News) -- Four Logan teens accused of sending threatening letters about Christmas lights pled not guilty to the charges against them.

Bret Anderson, Justin Buck, Jenna Carter and Lindsey Stewart entered their pleas in Logan Municipal Court today. A judge set a date for a pre-trial hearing later this month.

All four face misdemeanor charges stemming from 14 letters sent to homeowners threatening to light the homes on fire for putting up Christmas lights early.

If convicted, each could face six months in jail and an 18-hundred dollar fine.

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