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Trial Set in Alleged Theft From County Vehicle Sales

Trial Set in Alleged Theft From County Vehicle Sales

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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- Trial has been set for Jan. 24 for a salesman accused of pocketing $160,000 from the sale of surplus vehicles from the Weber County fleet.

Mark Earl Miller, 26, a Murray consignment car salesman, is charged with communications fraud and bribery.

In another government theft case, a status conference for Lori Murphy, 38, accused of embezzling nearly $60,000 from Ogden's sewer and water department, has been continued to Nov. 17 before 2nd District Judge W. Brent West. The postponement resulted from a scheduling conflict for her attorney.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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