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(KSL News) A federal jury returned a guilty verdict in the perjury trial of Christopher Jeppson
He was convicted of lying about what he knows in the case of missing teenager Kiplyn Davis.
Jeppson was found guilty on all counts, after the jury deliberated for four hours.
Yesterday his ex-wife told a federal court he admitted to her he had a hand in the disappearance and murder of Kiplyn Davis.
Jeanine Jeppson said her former husband told her Davis got hit on the head during an incident in 1995.
She said Christopher Jeppson and two friends then panicked and buried the body at a construction site.
Jeppson then tried to take the story back when Jeanine got upset.