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reported events that occurred at 518 East Elwood Place on July 16th, 2006

Destiny Anne Norton (November 30, 2000 – July 16, 2006) was a Salt Lake City, Utah, child who was kidnapped and murdered by a neighbor in 2006. Until her death, Norton lived in Salt Lake City, Utah. On July 16, 2006, she disappeared from her home. Her body was found fewer than 100 feet from her home in the basement of her neighbor, 20-year-old Craig Roger Gregerson.~~ Excerpts from Wikipedia Note: According to Salt Lake Tribune, address is for location of murder.

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Murder of Destiny Norton

Destiny Anne Norton (November 30, 2000 – July 16, 2006)[1] was a Salt Lake City, Utah, child who was kidnapped and murdered by a neighbor in 2006. Until her death, Norton lived in Salt Lake City, Ut


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