A judge has sealed all the search warrants related to an Ogden shooting in which one police officer was killed and five others were wounded, a spokeswoman for Utah State Courts said Tuesday.
That includes the original search warrant for a drug investigation police were serving Jan. 4 on Matthew David Stewart. The court spokeswoman, Nancy Volmer said last week that two search warrants had been sealed. Volmer on Tuesday confirmed a third and fourth search warrant have been sealed.
Search warrants in Utah become public 20 days after they are issued unless police or prosecutors ask a judge to seal them. A judge can find the search warrant would jeopardize a continuing investigation or be an invasion of privacy.