Gillett has $85,000 in outstanding warrants for her arrests from several courts. Police are looking for her, and believe she is in the Salt Lake area.
Couple arrested; kids in state custody
FARMINGTON -- A couple who were living in a Fruit Heights inn were charged last week with possession of drugs.
But the larger story is the fact that three of the couple's children had missed 39 days of school.
Troy Ogden, 39, and Alaina Ogden, 40, were charged with second-degree felony illegal possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a drug-free zone, a class A misdemeanor of illegal possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a drug-free zone and a class A misdemeanor of use of or possession of drug paraphernalia within 1,000 feet of a drug-free zone.
Police were notified of the family by school district employees, who had investigated the truancy of the couple's three sons, who had missed 39 days of school.
The family was living at the Mountain Creek, 1100 S. Highway 89.
Police reports say that the elementary school employees had seen the children wear only one set of clothing and "By Friday, the kids smelled rancid," the report said.
The children reportedly asked school personnel if they could take naps in the principal's office, because they allegedly took turns sleeping on the couch, a recliner in the living room and the floor. A teenage girl had her own room, police say.
The children also allegedly went door-to-door at the inn searching for food.
When police arrived, they found a number of pill bottles, 10 bags of marijuana, a glass pipe, a small amount of cocaine and a revolver.
The boys, ages 7, 8, and 11 and a 15-year-old girl were taken into state custody.