FARMINGTON — Charges have been filed in 2nd District Court against two West Valley City individuals allegedly involved in identity theft.
Moses Smith, 34, and Brittany Benson, 19, were arrested Saturday and charged on Monday with felony counts of unlawful acquisition/possession of a financial card and identity fraud, as well as drug-related charges.
Centerville Police Lt. Paul Child said his department was notified by Kaysville Police that a stolen credit card had been used at Target in Centerville. With the help of store security, they got a description of the pair and their vehicle.
Child said the pair were located as they were leaving 7-Eleven toward the freeway. The couple had allegedly also been to Kohl’s and the Chevron Top Stop, and had attempted to use an ATM machine for cash, but were declined by the machine.
According to a Centerville Police press release, they found several other stolen credit cards and identification cards, a pipe containing methamphetamine, merchandise obtained from the use of stolen credit cards, stolen wallets and cash. Police believe the two have been involved in multiple burglaries, identity thefts and credit card cases throughout Davis County.
Centerville police and detectives from other area law enforcement agencies are following up on other possible cases the two may be linked to.
WX spring cleanup set for April 9-16
WOODS CROSS — “Spring is sprung, da grass is riz,” along with weeds, limbs and branches and all manner of yard debris.
For those looking forward (or not looking forward) to spring yard and house clean-ups, Woods Cross City has scheduled this year’s clean-up for April 9-16.
As in years past, materials to be picked up will be limited to yard waste and debris, household products, furnishings and metal items which can be recycled.
Those putting refrigerators or freezers out must remove the Freon unit.
Material must be placed on the park strip prior to 8 a.m. on regularly scheduled garbage days. Crews will go through an area only once.
Material other than limbs and branches to be chipped must be bagged, tied, boxed or bundled so they can be loaded by hand. There is a 50-pound maximum weight limit on each item and they cannot exceed 6 feet in length.
City officials ask that materials be separated from each other — chipping material, boxed, bagged, bundled yard waste, bundled limbs, and metal items.
Those putting out chipping material should not include limbs and branches with thorns or stickers, nor any juniper phitzer or evergreen shrub material. Limbs should be no shorter than 6 feet, nor longer than 10 feet and be no larger than 8 inches wide.
Residents are limited to one pick-up size load.
Crews will not pick up household waste, building debris, e-waste, or liquid or chemical waste, nor hazardous waste products, tires, pallets railroad ties, or items more than 6 foot in length.
Residents who cannot meet the regulations will have to haul the debris away themselves. Material left on the curb 10 days after the end of the clean-up will result in a citation.
Residents may also deliver items which meet Waste Management and burn plant regulations to the city shops, 1490 S. 1800 West, April 11-15 from 4-6:30 p.m.; and April 9 and 16 from 9 a.m.-noon.
Items accepted by Woods Cross at the shops include: household products and furnishings, demolition debris, tires, railroad ties and pallets.
Items not accepted include typical daily household waste, liquid or chemical waste, E-waste (only accepted at the Recovery District Center), chemicals, hazardous materials, lead products and yard waste and debris (can be taken to the Bountiful landfill as green waste).
Life coach to speak at W.I.B lunch
KAYSVILLE — Life coach Becky Sampson will speak to the Davis Chamber of Commerce Women in Business group Thursday, April 14 at 11:30 a.m.
It will be held at the NorthFront Business Resource Center, 450 S. Simmons Way, here, on the southwest corner of the Davis Applied Technology College campus.
Cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members and walk-ins. RSVP by Monday, April 11 at email@example.com or call 801-593-2200.
Saturday party to aid food pantry
BOUNTIFUL — A Roadside Party Food Drive will be held Saturday, April 9, noon to 2 p.m., to benefit the Bountiful Community Food Pantry.
It will include free fun, music, food and entertainment for all ages. It will be held at Liberty Tax Service, 325 S. 500 W., Suite C, north of Bountiful Bowl. For more information, call 801-292-1717.
Donations will be given to the food pantry, with the party goal to fill a truck with food.
The pantry serves South Davis from Farmington south, providing help to nearly 500 households and 2,000 individuals a month.