CRIME

Scallywags Closes Doors, Blames High Crime Rate

Nov 13, 2018, 9:27 AM

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – South Salt Lake bar Scallywags blamed high crime rates in the neighborhood for closing its doors.

This comes after a woman was shot multiple times outside the location at 3040 S. State Street early Sunday morning. She is reportedly in stable condition.

Police said she was an innocent bystander when two men opened fire into a crowd outside the bar.

Authorities arrested Stephano Tuisila, 22, of West Jordan, and Falefatu Fatiau, 27, of Orem.

Read the full story on KSL.com.

 

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Scallywags Closes Doors, Blames High Crime Rate