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Sheriff Employee Charged With Child Sex Abuse

Posted by Sandra On November - 16 - 2013

1252163PRICE — Jail documents released Friday provide the first public glimpse into the rape and child sex abuse investigation that landed a Carbon County sheriff’s employee behind bars last month. John Gerald Shiew, 35, was arrested Oct. 30 by Price police and booked into the Emery County Jail for investigation of rape, aggravated sexual assault of a child, child abuse, enticing a minor, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and furnishing alcohol to a minor. READ MORE HERE

 










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