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Accused HAFB Intruder Stays in Federal Custody

Accused HAFB Intruder Stays in Federal Custody

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(KSL News) A man accused of breaking into Hill Air Force Base and driving his car onto a runway will stay in federal custody.

A judge ordered Robert Proverb to stay in custody while his attorney reviews his medical records. A new hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.

Authorities say Proverb led them on a chase at the base until his car broke down after hitting a fence.

If convicted, he faces 20 years in prison.

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