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(KSL News) The perjury trial for a man facing charges in the disappearance of a Spanish Fork teen started today.
Christopher Jeppson is charged with lying about what happened on the day Kiplyn Davis vanished 12 years ago.
He is also accused of giving a false alibi for Timmy Olsen, who is the primary suspect in Kiplyn's disappearance.
Jury selection for Jeppson's trial began this morning.