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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah man accused of threatening to kill a member of Congress during thousands of phone calls to the U.S. Capitol has pleaded not guilty. The 54-year-old Scott Brian Haven entered his plea to one count of interstate transmission of threats to injure Thursday in Salt Lake City. Attorney Mark Moffat says Haven is a soft-spoken, mild-mannered insurance broker who has lived a crime-free life.

WOODS CROSS, Utah (AP) — Activists are planning to protest outside a police agency in northern Utah after an officer pulled his gun on a 10-year-old child. Black Lives Matter in Utah founder Lex Scott says they will hold a protest on Friday to demand the officer be fired. Jerri Hrubes said the officer pulled his gun on her son while he was playing outside on June 6. Police say the officer mistook the boy for a potential suspect during a pursuit of armed suspects.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Authorities say the body of a missing Utah man has been found in the Jordan River near Salt Lake City. The Deseret News reports Salt Lake City police said they found the body of 35-year-old Keith Fulcher in the river Thursday morning. According to police, Fulcher was reported missing by his family a little over a week ago. Police said there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body that would have caused his death.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah state officials say they will not release the names of medical marijuana license applicants right now but will likely make applicant information public as soon as licenses are awarded next month. Applications to grow Utah's medical pot opened on May 31. Utah will allow up to 10 cultivators to produce the state's medical marijuana, including out-of-state growers. Utah farmers and marijuana advocates applauded the state's move and want to maximize transparency in the process.

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