Mike Sidwell murder 7/3/2014 Lindon, UT *Fred Lee arrested for allegedly killing his ex-wife’s husband in front of his own granddaughter*

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Mike Sidwell
Mike Sidwell

Michael Sid Sidwell obituary
Police say suspect targeted his ex-wife, shot new husband instead
Man killed in Lindon domestic homicide
Man arrested in shooting of his ex-wife’s husband
Suspect in custody after allegedly killing ex-wife’s husband, terrorizing residents
Accused killer’s granddaughter witnessed Lindon shooting, police say
Ongoing Custody Battle Possibly Sparks Deadly Lindon Shooting
$1 million bail for Lindon man accused of murder
‘He was looking for me in every place’ – Wife of Lindon murder victim speaks


Fred Lee

Arrested: 07/04/2014
Arrest Agency: Lindon PD
Booked: 7/4/2014 1:47:00 AM
Booking No: 309615
Status: Active
Height : 510
Weight : 230
YOB : 1954
Eyes : GRN
Birth Country : USA
Hair : GRY
Sex : M

4th District Court New Charge, No Case Number Yet
76-6-203 Aggravated Burglary x2
Arrested/Held For: New Charge

4th District Court New Charge, No…

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