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Father of Utah kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart comes out as gay

The father of kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart has come out as gay, describing the decision as a “huge relief.”

In a letter shared on his Facebook page Friday, Ed Smart, 64, said he no longer feels comfortable being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which opposes gay marriage and same-sex relationships but preaches love and compassion for LGBTQ people.

Smart told Salt Lake City’s KUTV that he “struggled with this for most of his life.”

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Elizabeth Smart speaks during a news conference while her father Ed Smart looks on, in Salt Lake City.  (AP)

“I have mostly watched in silence for years as many LGBTQ individuals both in and out of The Church [of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints] have been victims of ridicule, shunning, rejection and outright humiliation,” Smart wrote.

He added: “I didn’t want to face the feelings I fought so hard to suppress, and didn’t want to reach out and tell those being ostracized that I too am numbered among them. But I cannot do that any longer.”

My parents taught me as a young child that they would love me unconditionally no matter what happened. Their decisions are very personal. As such, I will not pass judgment and rather am focusing on loving and supporting them and the other members of my family.”

— Elizabeth Smart

The Smart family gained national prominence in June 2002 when Ed went before TV cameras to plead for help finding his 14-year-old daughter Elizabeth, who had been kidnapped from the family’s Salt Lake City home. Elizabeth Smart was found alive nine months later. Smart and his daughter have since become advocates for other kidnapped children.

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Smart said he’s sorry for the pain caused to his longtime wife, with whom he has five children. He filed for divorce on July 5, Utah court records show.

“I love my family and always will,” Smart wrote. “Lois has been a loyal wife, and extraordinary mother, who has had to endure an impossible part of this journey. I deeply regret the excruciating pain this has caused her.”

Elizabeth Smart, now a 31-year-old mother of three, said she’s deeply saddened by her parents’ separation but that nothing could change her love for them.

“My parents taught me as a young child that they would love me unconditionally no matter what happened,” she said, without referencing her father’s orientation. “Their decisions are very personal. As such, I will not pass judgment and rather am focusing on loving and supporting them and the other members of my family.”

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Ed Smart first came out to family and friends via Facebook messenger. The Deseret News in Salt Lake City first reported about the post. He said in his statement Friday that he’s grateful for the love and support he has received so far.

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“It was, as I’ve said, incredibly hard getting to this point and I feel for so many that are struggling in my situation trying to make the decision of whether to come out or remain closeted the rest of their life,” he wrote. “That decision is deeply personal but liberating.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Bear bites sleeping 13-year-old at Utah campground, officials say

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A 13-year-old child sleeping in a Utah campground was bitten on the face by a bear Friday morning, officials said.

The boy was at the Dewey Bridge Campground in Grand County, located along the Colorado River, when the bear bit him, according to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. The bear bit him on his right cheek and ear, and he was transported to a hospital for treatment.

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Following the encounter, wildlife officials said they were working alongside the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services department to find the bear and ultimately euthanize it.

Investigators said they’re “using dogs and traps in an effort to capture the bear” — whose tracks were spotted in the sand along the river. Officials said that since the bear bit a human, it will have to euthanize the animal once it’s found.

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The camping area was closed Friday after the boy was bitten.

Wildlife officials warn that campers and hikers refrain from being “sloppy” as it’ll endanger humans in the area. Bears “often live in the same places we camp, hike and build our houses,” and if a bear finds food in one site, it’ll most likely return and possibly become aggressive in the future.

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Utah man, 18, survives 150-foot fall from drainage tunnel, investigators say

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An 18-year-old Utah man was recovering after he trespassed into a drainage tunnel that let out over a cliff — and fell 150 feet after walking out the other side, investigators said.

Preston Harward was hiking with a group of friends on July 19 when he fell over a cliff at Spanish Fork Canyon, the Utah County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Facebook.

The department said he was “lucky to be alive.”

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Harward suffered broken ribs and other bones and his stomach went up into his diaphragm, Fox 13 Salt Lake City reported.

“I just looked down and realized that I had pretty much sprinted and jumped out of this tunnel straight off of this cliff,” he told the station. “I genuinely thought I was going to die.”

The sheriff’s office said a 21-year-old man died there in 2012 after falling from the same spot.

Rescue teams used a helicopter and were able to reach Harward after about an hour and a half, Fox 13 reported. He arrived at a hospital in critical condition.

The department posted pictures and video of the drop from the end of the tunnel where Harward fell.

It was illegal to enter the tunnel, the sheriff’s office said. The department posted multiple photos of the area showing fences surrounding the site and several “No Trespassing” signs. Some signs were covered with graffiti.

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But, Harward told Fox 13 he was unaware they were trespassing and didn’t see any signs. He said the area was “a really popular spot.”

Investigators said they were hoping to work with the county to make it clear to avoid the tunnel.

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Utah city will replace ‘dummy’ cameras at park where Mackenzie Lueck was last seen

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A Utah municipal council’s members voted 4-3 on Tuesday to replace “dummy” cameras in the park where University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was last seen alive.

On June 17 around 3 a.m., the 23-year-old Lueck met with 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi at Hatch Park near Salt Lake City after she’d been dropped off by a Lyft driver, according to police. Ajayi was arrested and charged with her murder in late June.

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Police say phone records indicate that Ajayi was the last person to communicate with Lueck before her disappearance, and that they were both in the area around 3 a.m.

Authorities were not able to use surveillance footage from the 17 cameras at the park because only four of them were functional at the time of her disappearance. This was the case in spite of signs indicating otherwise, City Manager Ken Leetham said in June, according to reports by the Desert News. Many of the cameras were “dummy” units only, meant to deter crime.

The North Salt Lake City Council committed to replacing the cameras, at the urging of Lueck’s friend Ashley Fine. At the meeting, Fine said the faux cameras give people at the park “a false sense of security.”

The council acknowledged that the community needs new cameras because people now know the ones in place don’t work. But Mayor Len Arave would not reveal when they would be replaced. The cameras run about  $6,000 to $8,000 each.

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“I don’t think it would have saved her life, but I think it would have given us a lot more evidence,” Fine said. “It would have saved a lot of tax dollars because the police wouldn’t have had to get as many warrants … and just time, precious time.”

Lueck, who died from blunt-force trauma to the head, was discovered by police with her arms bound behind her, in a canyon 85 miles from Ajayi’s home.

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6-year-old girl killed in freak golf course accident

A 6-year-old Utah girl was tragically killed when an errant golf ball hit by her dad struck her in the back of the neck, according to a report.

Aria Hill was sitting in a golf cart on the cart path at the Links at Sleepy Ridge in Orem on Monday when her dad hit the ball that took her life, authorities told local station KSL.

GIRL, 6, DIES AFTER FATHER ACCIDENTALLY HITS HER WITH GOLF BALL ON UTAH COURSE, POLICE SAY

The girl was rushed to a local hospital in critical condition and then transferred to a children’s hospital, where she died later that night, police Lt. Trent Colledge told the station.

The golf cart was not positioned directly behind or in front of Aria’s dad — it was between 45 and 90 degrees to his left, Colledge said.

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Aria Smith, 6, died Monday after her father accidentally hit her with a golf ball, investigators said. (GoFundMe)

Authorities are investigating the case, but don’t plan to pursue charges because it appears to have been a tragic accident.

Aria was her dad’s “golfing buddy,” her uncle, David Smith, told the outlet.

“She loved doing it and had a good time with it all,” Smith said. “That was one of their things that they would do together. It was something that was really important to them and something they did all the time.”

Steven Marrett, the head golf professional at the facility, said he’d occasionally seen people hit by balls at the course before, but no one, to his knowledge, had been killed or even injured.

A GoFund Me account set up to pay for Aria’s funeral expenses had already raised more than $12,000 of its $25,000 goal by Wednesday morning.

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“We are so grateful for all the love, support, and prayers made in our behalf during this difficult time,” Aria’s mom said in a statement on the page. “We’ve truly felt comforted. Aria was the sassiest girl in the world. She was silly, spunky, creative, unique, and so so full of love for everyone she came in contact with. There is a huge hole in our hearts that she has taken with her back to Heaven…Fly high my little angel.”

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Utah boy selling ‘ice cold beer’ appears to be a savvy marketer

A young roadside entrepreneur caught the attention of Utah police Tuesday with a sign that read “Ice cold beer.”

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“Yep, he’s selling beer … ROOT BEER, that is,” the Brigham City Police Department wrote on Facebook.

Upon further inspection, the sign has “root” written in smaller letters above the word ‘BEER.”

“His marketing strategy has resulted in several calls to the BCPD, but apparently its paid off as business has been good,” police wrote.

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Tuesday’s high in Brigham City was in the 90s.

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Girl, 6, dies after father accidentally hits her with golf ball on Utah course, police say

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A 6-year-old Utah girl died Monday after her father accidentally hit her with a golf ball, investigators said.

The two were at the Sleepy Ridge golf course in Orem when Aria Hill was struck by a ball in the back of her neck while sitting in a golf cart, Orem police Lt. Trent Colledge said.

She was flown to a hospital in Salt Lake City in critical condition and died from her injuries hours later. The girl’s uncle said Hill often went golfing with her father.

“She loved doing it and had a good time with it all,” David Smith told the Deseret News. “That was one of their things that they would do together. It was something that was really important to them and something they did all the time.”

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Police were investigating the incident but it appeared to be an accident, Colledge said.

Orem is about 40 miles southeast of Salt Lake City.

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Solo Uber ride for orphaned baby bird to Utah rehab center

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An orphaned baby bird traveled to a wildlife rehabilitation center — all by itself — after a group of drunk friends who encountered it ordered the animal an Uber, as they were unfit to drive.

The group came across the orphaned lesser goldfinch while drinking in Utah on June 29. They said the bird fell from a tree and needed help.

“Impromptu, sitting in some camp chairs, hanging out, having a few drinks when we had a visitor fall out of the sky,” one of the men, Tim Crowley, told KSTU.

Crowley said that, at first, calling an Uber for the bird felt like a joke. But “then we were like, ‘No, really. Why not? We’re paying them.'”

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The first Uber driver, upon learning of the situation, canceled the ride, he said. The second driver, Christy Guynn, didn’t seem to question the situation.

“If you’re paying for it, I’m all for it,” she said.

Less than an hour later, the bird arrived at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah in Ogden.

“While we feel we’ve seen it all and can’t be amazed by anything, there is always SOMEONE out there to prove us wrong,” officials for the rehab center wrote in a Facebook post last month of the situation.

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The Uber driver said she believes a lot of men, drinking and having fun, would’ve most likely decided to “just throw [the bird] to the cats or throw it in the garbage.”

“So my heart goes out to those guys,” she said of their kind deed.

The center’s director, Dalyn Marthaler, said the bird — who they nicknamed “Petey — was thin and dehydrated upon arrival. He said the lesser goldfinch should be released into the wild in Utah in the coming weeks.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Utah teachers attend firearms drills to prepare for active shooters

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At least 30 Utah teachers banded together for a series of training sessions in which police instructed them on using guns in response to an active-shooter situation.

The training, held in a warehouse that looks like a school but also functions as a shooting range, showed teachers how to disarm a gunman, where to shoot on the body and how to properly aim and unload a firearm. Officers leading the training also went over de-escalation techniques, self-defense and medical responses such as how to pack a wound and tie a tourniquet on a child.

Utah law allows licensed gun owners to bring their concealed weapons in public schools, and is one of several states in the country, including Florida and Texas, to do so.

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“If teachers are going to be bringing firearms into schools, let’s make sure they know how to handle them safely,” Utah County Sheriff Mike Smith said.

About half the teachers brought their own handguns to the shooting range and many who attended the sessions — which have become increasingly popular and now has a waitlist to attend — felt reassured by the training.

“I know how to protect myself and my students now; I know what to expect if the worst happens,” Nancy Miramontes, a school psychologist, told The Associated Press.

At least 39 states require lockdown, active-shooter or similar safety drills, according to the Education Commission of the States. Other states have less explicit requirements or leave it to districts to decide. Utah requires its elementary schools to conduct at least one safety drill each month, and its secondary schools to have detailed emergency response plans.

Despite the increasing popularity of such programs, some school safety experts disagree with a plan that involves arming teachers.

“Are police tasking teachers to perform a law enforcement responsibility by arming them to protect others? We have to be cautious of what we ask people to do in these traumatic, stressful situations,” said Ken Trump, a school safety expert with the National School Safety and Security Services consulting firm.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Remains of murdered Utah student Mackenzie Lueck found: police

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The body of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was recovered 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, police said Friday.

Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown made the revelation during a press conference. Lueck’s remains were found in Logan Canyon.

“In the wake of this tragic, tragic incident, I am relieved and grief-stricken to report that we have recovered Mackenzie Lueck,” Brown said.

Police announced the recovery of Lueck’s remains came a week after 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi was arrested in her murder. The arrest came after an investigation uncovered a fresh dig area, charred female human tissue and items belonging to the missing student in the backyard of his Salt Lake City home, police said.

“It’s a scenario you can’t even imagine happening in your life,” Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski said.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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