Each entered a plea in abeyance to third-degree felony money laundering.
Brady Clair Lee, a 34-year-old Ogden resident, will spend at least the next five years in the state prison.
Nathan Clark Ward pleaded guilty to one count of sexual exploitation of children, which carries a mandatory minimum 15-year federal prison sentence.
Cooper Van Huizen was 16 years old when he was convicted in Ogden’s 2nd District Court for his role in an armed robbery.
The case began when a SECURE Strike Force agent with the Attorney General’s Office received a tip from the Ogden Police Department about a 16-year-old being exploited for sex. This led investigators to both victims.
The owners of the Subway said the restaurant had several employees quit and saw a decline in business after police publicized the reported poisoning, which police later said they could not prove.
Weston Ray Kubbe, 38, appeared in court with his attorney Toni DeLand when DeLand asked Judge Michael DiReda to continue the hearing.
Online court records show Scott Freitag pleaded guilty to one count of DUI, a class B misdemeanor. In an email Monday, Freitag said he will not step down from his position on the Layton City Council.
An Ogden resident was booked into Weber County Jail last Saturday, and has been formally charged with one count of first-degree felony rape.
Required annual reports would focus on inmate death causes and opioid involvement. The Senate passed the bill 27-0 Wednesday.