Price Resident Allegedly Beaten, Robbed By 3 Armed Men
Sep 28, 2020, 8:49 AM
PRICE, Utah – A Price man was allegedly beaten and robbed at gunpoint by three men who were in the area for work, authorities said.
The incident happened Sept. 24.
According to the Price City Police Department, the three men were invited into the home of the Price resident, who was also accompanied by his girlfriend.
An altercation later ensued, police reported, and the resident was “severely beaten and both he and his girlfriend were held against their will at gunpoint.”
The suspects then reportedly fled the area with property belonging to the victims.
“Through quick, proactive police work, two vehicles containing the three men were identified and stopped,” according to the police statement.
One of the vehicles was discovered in Emery County and the other was found in Grand County.
The suspect were identified as Parris J. Fairley, Kevin T. Edison, and Todrick Sykes.
Sykes and Edison were booked at the Grand County Jail. Fairley was transported and booked at the Carbon County Jail.