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(KSL News) The man accused of killing a Spanish Fork teenager was formally presented with murder charges in 4th District Court.
But Timmy Brent Olsen wasn't even there. Olsen has been held by federal officials since being charged in U.S. District Court with perjury.
Federal authorities refused to transport him for his murder case in 4th District Court. So instead, Olsen's attorney showed up with a signed note, waiving Olsen's in-person appearance.
A judge formally notified Olsen, through his attorney, of the first degree murder charge in the Kiplyn Davis case. That charge carries the possibility of five years to life in prison.