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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Police say a 65-year-old man told them that he robbed a Utah bank because he didn't have the money for medication he needed. The Salt Lake Tribune reports Glenn Douglas Mower was charged with robbery on accusations he robbed a Key Bank branch in Roy.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A mother is calling for an independent investigation after she says a Utah police officer pointed a gun at her 10-year-old son's head in what she calls a racially motivated incident. Jerri Hrubes of Montana said Friday at a news conference that a white Woods Cross police officer pulled his gun on her son, DJ Hrubes, who is black, while he was playing on his grandmother's front lawn Thursday. She says the officer came back to apologize, but that she wants the officer and agency held accountable.

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Mitt Romney says he's not sure if he will endorse President Donald Trump for a second term and that he may not support anyone during the 2020 campaign. The Republican Utah senator spoke to reporters Friday during an annual gathering of political leaders, wealthy donors and powerful businesspeople in the Utah ski-resort town of Park City. He says he doesn't think endorsements are "worth a thimble of spit."

MIDVALE, Utah (AP) — Eritrean refugee Abel Hagos celebrated a milestone this week when he graduated from high school in Utah. Hagos escaped the small, repressive country in the Horn of Africa when he was a young boy before resettling in Utah with a foster family. The dangerous journey included crossing crocodile-infested waters. Officials said approximately 500 Eritreans have resettled in Utah. In his free time, Hagos works at Walmart and sends money home to his family. He will soon start at a local college.

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