A 911 dispatcher gets a written reprimand for the way he handled an emergency call the day Josh Powell killed his sons and set fire to his house.

According to records obtained by the Salt Lake Tribune,David Lovrak's supervisor says he violated four law enforcement support agency policies during the call from the social worker who brought Powell's sons to the house in Graham on February 5.

Twenty-two minutes lapsed before help arrived at the burning home where Powell died with his sons.

The dispatcher has been on the job for 18 years.

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