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'Public Enemy No. 1' arrested trying to get married



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FORT DUCHESNE -- The man dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit has been arrested, after authorities said he tried to tie the knot.

Frank Paul Reyos, 27, was arrested Tuesday by police from the Bureau of Indian Affairs after he was spotted in Ute Tribal Court, attempting to get married.

"Reyos was at the court to get married when BIA officers came in contact with him," Uintah County Sheriff's Cpl. Brian Fletcher said in a statement to KSL NewsRadio on Wednesday.

Reyos was arrested without incident and is currently in the Uintah County Jail in Vernal.

He made the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit's list of most wanted fugitives after being sought on a warrant for aggravated robbery.

E-mail: bwinslow@ksl.com

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