Curtis Michael Allgier, facing execution if convicted in the 2007 slaying of a prison guard, won't be getting married on Adolf Hitler's birthday, after all.
Salt Lake County Sheriff's Lt. Mike DeNiro offered few details on the change for Tuesday's scheduled wedding in the Salt Lake County jail, but confirmed Allgier had canceled what had been planned as a brief ceremony with his unidentified fiancée.
"There are no plans to reschedule. We have no further information at this time," DeNiro said.
News of the jailhouse nuptials had made headlines for the neo-Nazi skinhead, whose face is covered with white supremacist-themed tattoos. April 20 is the birthday of Hitler, who led Nazi Germany during World War II.
Earlier this month, a 3rd District Court judge ordered Allgier to stand trial for capital murder -- which is punishable by death -- in the slaying of a corrections officer three years ago at a Salt Lake City medical clinic.
Officer Stephen Anderson, 60, was shot and killed with his own gun after he unshackled Allgier for an MRI scan on June 25, 2007, according to testimony during a preliminary hearing.
Judge Robin Reese also ordered Allgier, 30, bound over on charges of aggravated robbery for allegedly carjacking a doctor's SUV outside the clinic, disarming a peace officer, aggravated escape, and three counts of attempted aggravated murder, all first-degree felonies. He was also bound over on one second-degree felony count of possession of a firearm by a restricted person.