Utah's Mystery Inmate Identified
Brother says 'John Doe' is actually Phillip T. Beavers
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Jul 27, 2011 7:11 AM CDT
This photo provided by Utah County Sheriff's Office shows a roughly 71-year-old man with blue eyes and gray hair, identified as Phillip T. Beavers by his brother.   (AP Photo/Utah County Sheriff's Office)

(Newser) – Mystery solved: Utah's "John Doe" inmate is a man who had gone missing from New Mexico. Phillip T. Beavers has been locked up for more than three weeks and has barely said a word to authorities, but after his case got more publicity his brother identified him, the AP reports. Beavers, who was arrested for trespassing in the police parking garage, is being held on $1,200 cash bond for three misdemeanor charges—including, not surprisingly, failure to provide information to a police officer.

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MisterSamsonite
Jul 27, 2011 11:41 AM CDT
I love Phil T. Beavers.
JoeQ
Jul 27, 2011 10:50 AM CDT
"interfering with an investigation, failure to provide information to a police officer, and criminal trespass" One real charge and two bullsh*t charges.
Chuck6
Jul 27, 2011 9:42 AM CDT
Another great story I don't see other places by Evann! Thanks!