BYU student with bedroom meth lab makes first court appearance


Bryce Cazier, the BYU student accused of operating a meth lab in his apartment made his first appearance in Utah County’s 4th District Court on Friday, Nov. 14. Judge Lynn W. Davis presided over the court.

Cazier’s bail amount was reduced to $2,500 cash. Four days earlier, the amount was $50,000. Cazier was released from custody at 11:15 a.m. on Friday morning.

According to court records, Cazier is charged with operation of a clandestine lab. He is scheduled to appear in a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, Dec. 10.

According to court records, the “defendant is not to leave state of Utah.”

Cazier turned himself into police on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

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