Not-guilty plea made in fraud case

Dec 11 2012 - 2:09am


Brett Edward Delbridge
Brett Edward Delbridge

FARMINGTON -- A 36-year-old man charged with multiple counts of fraud entered not-guilty pleas Monday before Judge Michael G. Allphin in 2nd District Court.

Brett Edward Delbridge is charged with one count of second-degree felony pattern of unlawful activity, one count of third-degree felony communications fraud, two counts of communications fraud, class A misdemeanors and seven counts of communication fraud, class B misdemeanors.

A hearing is set for Jan. 14. Police said Delbridge owned and operated a business in Layton. He would agree to provide his clients with a product and require the clients to pay at least half the money for the job, but then did not provide the products. Nor did he refund the money to his clients. Police said Delbridge sold T-shirts, hoodies and hats with personalized logos on them. The most money Delbridge is accused of taking is $2,800, from clients in Davis, Weber and Salt Lake counties, from 2005 to August 2012.

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