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West Valley City man convicted in murder trial

West Valley City man convicted in murder trial



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WEST VALLEY CITY -- A jury convicted a West Valley City man of stabbing another man to death, in what prosecutors described as a robbery over movie money.

According to the Deseret News, 21-year-old Thomas Soules was convicted of murder and aggravated robbery in the September 2007 stabbing death of David Farrimond.

Prosecutors say Soules had gone to a drive-in movie, and his ticket was paid for by a friend who insisted on being repaid. Soules came across Farrimond in an LDS church parking lot, took his money and killed him.

Soules will be sentenced Jan. 22.

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