Blackfoot resident Adan Adolfo Arroyo, 22, pleaded not guilty to murder in the first degree with an enhanced deadly weapon charge on Wednesday morning.
Via live stream feed, Arroyo appeared before Seventh Judicial District Judge Jon Shindurling at the Bonneville County Courthouse.
The maximum sentence Arroyo could face is death or life imprisonment on the murder I charge; the minimum sentence on the charge is 10 years incarceration and/or a $50,000 fine.
Arroyo could also be fined $5,000 compensatory on behalf of the victim.
At the age of 13, Samantha Christensen has grasped a concept that many adults struggle with: saving money.
Christensen, an eighth grader at Mountain View Middle School, is a finalist in Zions Bank "Financialize A Film" contest, for a video that she produced titled "Spend vs Split."
BLACKFOOT â€” The Blackfoot softball tradition of playing at the next level continues as the Lady Broncos lone senior, Jessica Capson has decided to take her considerable skills to Treasure Valley located in Ontario, Oregon for what promises to be a stellar career on the diamond.
Morning News sports editor, Mark High sat down with Jess for a little question and answer about her big decision and exciting future endeavor.
Items of note from March 5-11.
Bingham County Sheriff
BURGLARY: March 5, 4:26 p.m. A woman said someone broken into her residence and her prescription medication is missing.
GAS THEFT: March 6, 4:15 p.m.: A man said he believes people have been stealing gas from his fuel pumps. An arrest was made.
ON ITS TOP: March 6, 10:21 p.m.: A caller said a vehicle is on its top somewhere between Shelley and Idaho Falls on I-15.
DEATH THREATS: March 7, 7:38 p.m.: A woman said she received a call threatening rape and murder and the caller said they could see lights on at her house.