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(KSL News) Trial dates have been set for two men accused of perjury in connection with the disappearance of Kiplyn Davis.
Christopher Neal Jeppson will stand trial in September, and David Rucker Leifson will be in court in November.
Both men are accused of lying to police and a grand jury about what they knew about Davis' disappearance in 1995.
If convicted both face up to five years in prison.