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Court dates set for former Bloomfield Main Street director

Sarah Leer/Davis County Sheriff's Office

A court date has been set for the former Bloomfield Main Street director charged with helping a fugitive escape justice.

Sarah Leer will be arraigned on July 13 on a misdemeanor count of Accessory After the Fact.

Leer is accused of helping conceal Nathan Burke from law enforcement.

Law enforcement has been searching for Burke since September 2017. He is wanted on drug charges.

Leer's arrest followed a May search of Leer's Bloomfield residence, and came just days after she was named the Director of Bloomfield Main Street program.

She has since been fired from that position.

However next up for Leer is a June 29 court date on a charge of Possession of Methamphetamine.

When police were searching Leer's home for Burke, they discovered a small amount of meth.

Leer posted a small bond immediately after both arrests and was released.



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