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19-Year-Old Dylan Rounds Murder in Brigham City: James Brenner Pleads Guilty After Remains Found!

James Brenner Pleads Guilty After Remains Found

James Brenner Pleads Guilty to Murder of 19-Year-Old Dylan Rounds

According to People, James Brenner has admitted to killing 19-year-old Dylan Rounds. Rounds’ remains were found a month ago. James Brenner who was living in a trailer on Rounds’ property made his plea in the First District Court in Brigham City, Utah on Wednesday May 15. This plea resolved three court cases two of which were directly related to Rounds’ death. The Box Elder County Attorney’s Office said that James Brenner agreed to reveal where Rounds’ remains were before his court appearance as part of the plea deal. In exchange his charge was lowered from first-degree felony aggravated murder to second-degree felony murder. The charge of desecrating human remains was also dropped. James Brenner also pleaded guilty to two counts of having a firearm while being a restricted person. Another case involving aggravated assault and not related to Rounds’ death was dismissed. James Brenner will serve the sentences for each charge one after the other, with mandatory prison time. His sentencing is set for July 1.

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19-Year-Old Dylan Rounds Murder: James Brenner Pleads Guilty After Remains Found! (PHOTO: Youtube)

Box Elder County Attorney Praises Resolution of 19-Year-Old Dylan Rounds Murder Case

Box Elder County Attorney Stephen Hadfield expressed relief that the case was resolved highlighting the importance of bringing Dylan Rounds home and successfully concluding the prosecution. He praised everyone involved in the investigation. Dylan Rounds disappeared after talking to his grandmother on May 28 2022. James Brenner who was 58 at the time was living in a trailer on Rounds’ property where Rounds kept his grain truck. Brenner was named a suspect in July 2022. Chief Deputy Cade Palmer of the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office said many interviews, searches, and forensic evidence pointed to Brenner as the suspect. Dylan’s mother Candice Cooley told PEOPLE how her son had made his dream of owning a farm come true by buying hundreds of acres in the Utah desert. He spent the last two summers improving the land, getting water rights, and finally seeing his grain crop grow. Earlier this month Rounds’ family started Dylan’s Legacy a nonprofit that offers resources, guidance, and emotional support to Americans in similar situations. This organization aims to help others through the difficult and complex process they have experienced. The resolution of this case brings some closure to Rounds’ family who can now begin to move forward after Brenner’s guilty plea and the recovery of Dylan’s remains.

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