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(KSL News) A man accused of selling the shotgun used in the Trolley Square shootings plans to change his plea.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Westley Hill has scheduled a change-of-plea hearing, which could indicate plans to take a plea deal.
Hill faces federal charges for selling Sulejman Talovic a 12-gauge shotgun with a pistol grip and was supposed to go to trial on Monday.
Three other men who faced similar charges already have made plea deals.