Feds Motion To Make Lyman Pay More In Restitution
LAYTON, Utah – There are new developments in the federal case against former San Juan County commissioner Phil Lyman, who now represents Blanding in the Utah House of Representatives.
Federal authorities said Lyman is drawing income in the House, and they want him to pay five times as much restitution in a misdemeanor trespassing case from 2016.
He is currently paying $100 a month through April 2036 as a result of leading an ATV protest ride through a closed canyon in southeastern Utah. Now authorities want him to pay $500 each month.
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