Trio of Blanding men face attempted homicide charges
Three men from Blanding face a host of first-degree felony charges, including attempted criminal homicide, aggravated murder, after an alleged rampage on January 23 that left three victims in the hospital. The charges state that the alleged crimes are gang affiliated.
Deon Tanner Rock, age 27; Nathaniel Curlis Clah, age 31; and Tiger Jacob Mose, age 24; were arrested after the incidents. The first-degree felonies they are charged with include attempted criminal homicide, aggravated murder; three counts of aggravated assault; two counts of aggravated robbery; and four counts of aggravated kidnapping.
In addition, Mose has been charged with felony possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person.
Clah and Rock are charged with misdemeanor possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person.
Each charge states that the charged men were “in concert with two or more persons.”
Rock was convicted of misdemeanor criminal trespassing, and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in June 2019. He was sentenced to 3,654 days in San Juan County jail.
Mose was convicted of felony aggravated assault for an incident on October 6, 2019. At the time, his sentence of zero to five years in Utah State prison was suspended. Mose was sentenced to 60 days in San Juan County jail on November 4, 2019 and placed on 36-months probation.
Clah was convicted of felony possession of a controlled substance in 2017.