An intended homicide victim told 1st District Judge Gordon Low that he still doesn't believe his wife tried to kill him, despite her conviction last Friday on attempted homicide charges.

Danny Johnson, the husband of Box Elder County constable Peggy Johnson, testified during a Tuesday hearing on whether his wife should be released on bail pending her Oct. 26 sentencing. He also tripled her bail to $75,000.Johnson was arrested Jan. 30 after she bought "crank," a methamphetamine, from a police informant and an undercover state investigator. She told them she was going to use the crank to kill her husband.

When the judge asked her if she felt remorse, Peggy answered, "I didn't do it. I don't feel sorry about it."