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Fugitive in Utah cop injury case returning to Orem

The Associated Press

First Published Sep 13 2012 02:11 pm • Last Updated Sep 13 2012 10:37 pm

Las Vegas • A man accused of running over a Utah police officer with a stolen vehicle in 1999 is being returned in custody from Las Vegas to Utah to face criminal charges.

Sgt. Craig Martinez says the 36-year-old known to police in Orem, as Reinhold Neumann was on his way Thursday to the Utah County jail.

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Neumann had been sought on several warrants, including one charging him with attempted murder of a police officer.

He was arrested Aug. 30 while working at a Las Vegas Strip casino restaurant under the name Joaquin Lopez-Caraballo.

Neumann was arrested in Pasadena, Calif., in 2003 and returned to Utah but was freed on $50,000 bond and disappeared.

Police say he was identified in Las Vegas after a recent arrest on a drunken driving charge.

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