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Man Accused of Lying in Davis Case Goes on Trial

Man Accused of Lying in Davis Case Goes on Trial

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(KSL News) A man accused of lying in the Kiplyn Davis case goes on trial tomorrow.

The Spanish Fork teen has been missing since May 2, 1995.

Christopher Jeppson is charged with perjury. He's accused of giving the primary suspect, Timmy Olsen, a false alibi for the day Davis vanished.

A grand jury indicted the 28-year-old man in October 2005.

Jury selection is scheduled for tomorrow morning with opening arguments set for the afternoon.

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