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Kelly Allred’s death was the fourth in their family in a two-month period, Stoker said. Kelly Allred is distantly related to 31-year-old April Taylor, of Willard, who died on May 16 after she had been stung 30 to 40 times by bees she kept in her backyard. Family members were in town for Taylor’s funeral, Stoker said, when Kelly Allred was killed.

"We’re not doing too good," Stoker said of their family. "We thought we were done [with deaths] with April. This has just devastated and shocked us."

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Kely Allred Fund »

The family of Kelly Allred has set up an account at US Bank for those wanting to contributed toward expenses related to his death. Donations can be made under the name “Kelly Allred Donation Fund.”

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Kelly Allred’s funeral is planned for May 31, according to his family members.

Orozco remained in the Davis County Jail on Friday under a federal immigration hold order, as well as $50,000 bail.

Court records show Orozco had pleaded guilty to a class A misdemeanor for violating a protective order in connection with a Dec. 7, 2013, incident involving his estranged wife. Just days before that, Orozco had pleaded guilty to class B misdemeanor counts of assault, criminal mischief and domestic violence in the presence of a child.

On Jan. 7, he was given a 305-day suspended jail sentence and ordered to serve 120 days home confinement on condition he wear an ankle monitor and complete two years’ probation.


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