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Suspect Arrested in Northern Utah OxyContin Robberies

Suspect Arrested in Northern Utah OxyContin Robberies



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(Salt Lake City, KSL News) -- Police in Layton have a arrested a man suspected in six OxyContin robberies in northern Utah.

Police searched the home of John Paul Lindeman last night.

They say they recovered several pieces of evidence that links him to the robberies.

Four of the robberies were in Davis County, two others in Weber County.

Lindeman was arrested last night.

He allegedly robbed a Layton ShopKo. An eyewitness wrote down a license plate number which led police to Lindeman.

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