Head of Utah Bus Company Charged with Felony Theft

Head of Utah Bus Company Charged with Felony Theft

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The president of a Utah bus company has been charged.

56-year-old Steven Orson Lewis of Park City, head of Lewis Bros. Stages, is charged with theft by deception and failing to deliver the title of a vehicle the business sold.

According to court documents, Dawson Community College in Montana bought a motor coach for 85-thousand-dollars in January from the company.

However, as of last month, the school had not received the lien holder. That's because the money from the sale was used in the business' general account to pay other vendors rather than the lien holder.

The bus company shuttled runners during the Salt Lake City Marathon and 5K.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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