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(KSL News) -- Authorities have new information in the case of a Spanish Fork teen who disappeared 10 years ago.
Scott Brunson was indicted today on federal charges of perjury and lying to a federal agent when questioned about what he knew in the Kiplyn Davis case.
According to the indictment Brunson provided a false alibi for someone the FBI calls a person of interest in the case.
Paul Warner, U.S. Attorney for Utah: "We have been very active in pursuing this investigation and we feel confident we weill ultimately get to the bottom of her disappearance."
Davis disppeared from Spanish Fork High School after the lunch hour. Her personal belongings were still in her locker.
Spanish Fork Police and the FBI continue to investigate Davis' disappearance.