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Sean D. Reyes
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The STATE OF UTAH gives notice to any person claiming an interest in certain property (“The Property”) described as:

Twenty-four thousand two hundred and thirty-three dollars and twenty cents in US currency in America First Credit Union account ending in 873-4; Twenty-five dollars in US currency in America First Credit Union account ending in 8718; One thousand sixty-two dollars and 58 cents in US currency from Paypal account ending in 0001(also used by Xtreme Pawn); Six thousand, seven hundred and twenty-six dollars and sixty-nine cents in US currency from Paypal account ending in 1013; Five thousand nine hundred and ninety-three dollars in US currency from till;

Twenty-three thousand four hundred fifty-five and eighty-one cents in US currency from till;

Seven hundred thirty-four dollars and twenty-five cents in checks; and All property set out in the inventory attached hereto as Exhibit A; (See full list of inventory at URL:

On August 31, 2018, the State of Utah filed a Complaint for Civil Forfeiture in the Third Judicial Court Judge for Salt Lake County, Salt Lake Department, State of Utah, the Honorable Su Chon is assigned, Case No. 180906371 forfeiting The Property to the State of Utah. 

If you have a claim to The Property you may file an Answer with the Third Judicial District Court, Matheson Courthouse, 450 S. State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 – Case No. 180906371.  Any petition served upon the court must also be served to Steven A. Wuthrich and Janise K. Macanas, Utah Attorney General’s Office, 5272 S. College Drive, Suite 200, Murray, UT 84123. Any claim you may have to The Property will be waived if you fail to petition the court according to the procedures outlined in Utah Code Ann. § 24-4 et seq. within thirty (30) days of this notice.

Sportsman’s Fast Cash Summons

Sportmans Complaint for Forfeiture

Exhibit A to Complaint