OGDEN — An Ogden father has been sentenced to prison for killing his infant daughter. Michael Lee Hatton, 26, was sentenced Wednesday to spend at least 15 years and potentially the rest of his life in prison for the death of his 8-week-old daughter, Avery Hatton. Hatton was charged with murder, a first-degree felony, in October 2016 after Avery succumbed to extensive injuries she suffered while in her father's care.
SALT LAKE CITY — Jayden Sterzer was just 15 years old when he asked 12-year-old Kailey Vijil to help him find his lost cat, luring her away to rape and murder her. "I didn't know evil could come so young," Orlando Vijil said of the boy who killed his daughter. "But evil came knocking on my door that night." Yet Kailey, who loved animals and offered food to the homeless, was beautiful, generous and "truthful in all things," the father said.
OGDEN â€” A man who murdered his girlfriend and then fled to Mexico was sent to prison Wednesday. Gutberto Heras-Corrales, 42, was ordered to serve at least 15 years and up to life in prison for killing Noemi Rodriguez, 26, nearly a decade ago. He was found guilty by a jury in November. Police believe Rodriguez, a mother of three, was stabbed to death on Christmas Day in 2008. Her body was found buried in the snow a day later by a snowplow driver at the Huntsville Cemetery.
@WVCPD Michie asks Sterzer to rise, the 18-year-old says he has nothing more to say. Michie orders him to secure care for youth, where he could remain potentially until his 21st birthday. The judge explains that once his term there is complete, Sterzer will be sentenced to prison.
@WVCPD To Kailey’s family and friends, Judge Michie acknowledges nothing can bring Kailey back, and that hearings focused on Sterzer only added to their pain.
“At no time, did I ever forget about your daughter. No one has, and no one ever will,” the judge says.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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