Authorities in Summit County, Utah have arrested Joshua Clift, according to official reports uncovered by Beehive Daily News.
Beehive Daily News uncovered the full details of the arrest on September 28, 2015, just a few weeks after the event actually took place. Clift was detained and later charged, according to Beehive Daily News's analysis of the official report.
When booked, Clift was described as a nondescript suspect. Few additional details have been provided at this time.
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