Claims directed at a former Duchesne County Sheriff’s deputy have been dismissed once again in court. According to court documents, Chief Judge Robert Shelby dismissed Plaintiff Veronica Wopsock’s claims With Prejudice on December 12th in the United States District Court for the District of Utah. Defendant Derek Dalton’s Counterclaim was also dismissed because with Wopsock’s federal claims dismissed, there was no jurisdiction to hear the counterclaims. However, Dalton’s counterclaim was dismissed Without Prejudice, meaning Dalton can refile his claims in state court. Wopsock claimed that Deputy Derek Dalton sexually assaulted her during a traffic stop on September 4th, 2011. The Utah Attorney General’s investigation details that Wopsock made the allegations in a federal lawsuit more than 9 months after the traffic stop took place and without ever having reported the incident to any law enforcement. Once the Sheriff’s Office learned of the lawsuit, Chief Deputy David Boren provided the Attorney General with the officer’s laptop where the video of the traffic stop was recovered. The Attorney General’s report along with forensic consultation of the video concluded that Wopsock’s claim that she was groped and fondled during the search did not in fact take place. The Attorney General’s report outlines that Wopsock was pulled over that day for speeding, 50mph in a 35mph zone, and that Wopsock was not wearing a seatbelt, the vehicle was revoked for no insurance and a child in the vehicle was not properly restrained.