Rual Vidiro, charged with death of Wesley Nay, will go to trial in August
By James Tilson
PROVO—An alleged murderer and gang member is set to go to trial in August for the murder of a Mt. Pleasant man.
Raul Vidrio, 21, is charged with aggravated murder for the death of Wesley Nay, a 22 year old Mt. Pleasant resident. Nay was found in October of 2016 by Sanpete and Utah county investigators buried in a shallow grave just inside the Utah County line north of Indianola.
At a hearing on Jan. 18 at the Provo District Court, Vidrio’s trial was set for Aug. 5-30, 2019.
Besides the murder charge, Vidrio is also charged with obstructing justice and abuse of a dead body. If found guilty, Vidrio could face a sentence of 25 years to life in prison.