FARMINGTON — A person already going through federal financial institution robbing fees now faces new state fees for allegedly stabbing a fellow inmate in the Davis County Jail.
Both the alleged attacker and sufferer have lengthy legal histories and feature been discussed in earlier Deseret News articles.
David Matthew Hamson, 39, of Farmington, was once charged Wednesday in second District Court with irritated attack by means of a prisoner, a first-degree legal.
On Feb. nine, Hamson, who was once being held in the Davis County Jail as a federal inmate, walked as much as inmate Delbert Wayne “Auggie”, who was once at the telephone, and stabbed him seven to 8 instances, in line with charging paperwork.
“Corrections officers immediately entered the pod and observed (Hamson) toss away a large metal handmade shank. Auger was taken to medical and found to have a collapsed lung,” the costs state. “Both men are listed as members of different white supremacist gangs.”
Investigators discovered that the 2 males had a fistfight the day ahead of, in line with court docket information.
Hamson was once arrested Jan. 18 when he allegedly robbedAmerica First Credit Union, 2715 W. 5400 South, however forgot the keys to his getaway car in the financial institution after he ran off, in line with police. He was once charged federally with financial institution theft.
In 2015, Hamson was once arrested in reference to a string of four bank robberies.
That incident got here simply 4 months after he was arrested in White City by means of the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit, which indexed him on the time as one in every of its best 10 maximum sought after fugitives.
Auger’s long legal historical past comprises each state and federal convictions. He was once sentenced to 30 months in federal jail for a firearms conviction in 2012.