Uintah County Attorney’s Office Update on Charges Against Stabbing Suspect

The Uintah County Attorney’s Office issued a press release Monday joining local law enforcement and the community in expressing their condolences to the family of Cal Dee Reynolds, the stabbing victim of a home invasion in September who passed away on Saturday. The press release also shared that last Wednesday afternoon, Vernal City Police presented the Attorney’s Office with the case relating to the assaults perpetrated on the Reynolds family to review for charging. “The tragic intervening circumstance of Mr. Reynold’s passing has necessitated additional work and investigation, including consultation with the Medical Examiner’s office,” shares the Attorney’s Office. “A suspect in this case is in custody. However, as of today there is no time frame as to when charges will be filed. The Uintah County Attorney’s Office has a team of attorneys working diligently with law enforcement and other appropriate professionals and expect to file charges once we have thoroughly reviewed all the investigation and information. Once that charging decision is made,” shares the Attorney’s Office, “additional information will be provided to the public.” 

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