In 2009, Cardenas pleaded guilty to misdemeanor failing to stop for a law enforcer, in exchange for charges of assault, burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia to be dropped. He was sentenced to probation.
In 2003, Cardenas was convicted of assault by a prisoner and sentenced to up to five years at the Utah State Prison, according to court records.
In June, Williams was sentenced to 180 days in the Salt Lake County Jail for a conviction on credit card fraud. In March, he pleaded guilty to an amended charge of attempted theft by receiving stolen property and was sentenced to 180 days in jail. Williams was already on probation at that time for another offense.
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