Hakop “Jack” Keshishian, 20, of Sandy, left; Wyatt William Smelser, 20, of Cottonwood Heights, center; and Izaiah Kirkpatrick, 20, of Draper, right, are each charged with murdering Chance Eggett, 21, in a remote area of Tooele County in May of 2020. Charges against Kirkpatrick and Keshishian have now been upgraded to capital murder. | Tooele County Jail
Sandy man’s Amazon account used a month after he was killed, police say
TOOELE — Police say an Amazon account belonging to a Sandy man who was shot to death and his body left in a remote area of Tooele County was used in June.
Now investigators want to know how that person obtained access to 21-year-old Chance Eggett’s account one month after he was killed.
In May, police say three people lured Eggett to a remote area in Tooele County near Faust Road under the guise of going target shooting — Wyatt William Smelser, 20, of Cottonwood Heights; Hakop “Jack” Keshishian, 20, of Sandy; and Izaiah Kirkpatrick, 20, of Draper.
Once there, Eggett was shot and killed and his body was dragged into sagebrush off the side of the road, according to charging documents. The three men were each charged with murder, a first-degree felony.
On Oct. 27, prosecutors filed amended charges against Kirkpatrick, the accused gunman, and Keshishian, the one who allegedly arranged to have Eggett killed, and raised the charges to a capital offense, meaning both men could potentially face the death penalty if convicted.
Additionally, the two men were charged with obstructing justice and abuse or desecration of a dead body.
Their next court hearing was scheduled for Dec. 1.
Keshishian said he wanted to kill Eggett “because he was running his mouth,” according to charging documents.
A newly unsealed search warrant affidavit reveals more details about a possible motive.
Early on the morning of May 21, Keshishian asked to …read more
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