Ex-boy scout leaders charged for pushing over ancient rock
SALT LAKE CITY- Two men involved in pushing over a rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park were charged Friday.
Glen Taylor 45, was charged with criminal mischief, a third-degree felony and David Benjamin Hall, 42, was charged with aiding and assisting in criminal mischief, also a third-degree felony.
Hall recorded the video of fellow Boy Scout leader Glenn Taylor pushing the rock over while laughing and joking during a Scouting trip.
"We've said what needed to be said in the past, we've apologized, we've said we're sorry, (and) we're happy to see this thing coming to an end," Hall said Friday. "We're just not going to be making any interview appointments, statements, anything. What's said has already been said."