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Roosevelt Man Pleads Guilty in Sex Abuse Case

Roosevelt Man Pleads Guilty in Sex Abuse Case



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(KSL News) A former religious bookstore owner has pleaded guilty to forcible sex abuse of a 14-year-old boy.

Prosecutors say Brad Gale of Roosevelt tied the boy's arms and ankles and used contraptions to perform sex acts.

Gale has also been convicted of four first-degree felonies, including sodomy on a child. He'll serve 10 years to life in prison for that.

He'll serve 15 years in federal prison for taking pornographic pictures of that same boy.

Gale, 49, was co-owner of Gale's Office Supply and Books in Roosevelt and Vernal.

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