That's when a judge will hear evidence and decide whether to send the charges to a grand jury. Boughton, 19, did not enter a plea during the arraignment. Boughton is accused of shooting and killing Morgan W. Young, 21, of Bountiful, and wounding Young's companion, Joshua Heidbrink, 19, as they went door-to-door on Jan. 2.
Boughton is being held without bail.
He has been charged with murder in Young's death, with the malicious wounding of Heidbrink, and with three counts of using a gun while committing a felony.
The young man's arraignment was postponed once because he did not have an attorney. He has since retained counsel.
Woman pleads guilty to fraud
FARMINGTON -- The woman who police believe was involved in one of the largest bogus check scams in Utah pleaded guilty last week to 10 counts of forgery.
RaeLynn Courmeir, 57, pleaded guilty to the third-degree felonies in 2nd District Court. Her sentencing has been set for March 7.
The woman and her two daughters, Alma Frazier, 33, of Magna and Roselynn Ellis, 35, are accused of writing fraudulent checks and cashing them in stores from Preston, Idaho, to Southern Utah.
Frazier is charged with 22 counts of third degree felony forgery. Her next hearing is set for Feb. 9.