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West Jordan Man Gets Probation for Forgery and Theft

West Jordan Man Gets Probation for Forgery and Theft

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(KSL News) A court has ordered a financial adviser from West Jordan to serve five years probation and pay restitution.

David C. Young took $61,000 from the retirement fund of his wife's grandmother. He pleaded guilty to forgery and theft.

Prosecutors say Young was a licensed securities agent and persuaded his wife's family to put money into an account that he systematically pilfered over the next year and a half.

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