District settles suit in ‘drunk goggles’ incident
KAYSVILLE—The Davis School District has settled a personal injury lawsuit filed by a student and her family over an incident during an intoxication demonstration at Centennial Junior High in 2014.
Andrew and Camille Nielsen, filed a suit in March 2016 stating that their daughter, Kylie Nielsen sustained a leg injury during a health class when students used “drunk goggles” to simulated impairment. The Nielsens accused the district and teacher of negligence and recklessness. Kylie suffered multiple bone fractures after her foot got caught in the brace of a desk.
According to court records, the district will put $61,247 into a minor child trust account for Kylie Nielsen, another $13,074 will pay for medical expenses and $25,679 will go to LeBaron and Jensen for legal fees.
Police arrest suspect in credit union robbery
FARMINGTON—Police arrested a man in connection with an armed robbery at a Farmington credit union after he turned himself in.
Kevin Dean Rasband is a suspect in a robbery at the Utah First Credit Union, 1173 Shepard Creek Parkway in Farmington that took place March 29 when he allegedly followed a female employee into the building before it opened. According to police, he allegedly had a small handgun and held the employee at gunpoint while forcing her to fill a bag with money, then held her until another employee came and got more money.
Rasband allegedly left on foot with the money and a dye pack that was inserted inside. The weapon and money was recovered near the credit union by officers after the dye pack exploded and the suspect dropped the bag, police said.
The gun was allegedly registered to Rasband and when police tried to contact him they found he had fled to Las Vegas, court documents state.
Rasband turned himself in after a family member convinced him to return to Utah and go to the police. He was booked into the Davis County Jail on one count of aggravated robbery but later transferred to Weber County Jail.
Suspect in Farmington bank robbery turns himself in
FARMINGTON—A man was booked into the Davis County Jail after he turned himself in to authorities at the urging of his relatives.
Family members recognized pictures of Joshua Aaron Younger in media reports after a Zions Bank in Farmington was robbed last Wednesday.
Younger allegedly demanded money from bank employees and claimed he had a gun, according to police. He never showed a weapon and got away with an undisclosed amount of money.
The suspect contacted Layton Police Thursday afternoon and agreed to meet them at a gas station where he was arrested.
He was booked on charges of aggravated burglary and burglary of a dwelling, but formal charges have not been filed with the court.