was an LDS church member in Heber City, Utah; three counts of aggravated child sex abuse/1st degree felony and sexual exploitation of a minor/2nd degree felony

Case Summary

Bryce Johnson was an LDS church member in Heber City, Utah.

Johnson owned local businesses like the Bouncy House and a waterslide in Heber.

Johnson pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated child sex abuse/1st degree felony and sexual exploitation of a minor/2nd degree felony.

AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ABUSE OF A CHILD-ATTEMPTED/1ST DEGREE FELONY (attempted)
SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF A MINOR/2ND DEGREE FELONY

In 2017, Johnson was sentenced to prison.

Sources
  1. Heber City ‘bounce house’ operator sentenced to prison for sexually abusing children
    view source details | 13 Dec 2017 | Fox 13
  2. Bryce Johnson Offender Profile
    view source details | 29 Nov 2023 | Offender Radar
Sources excerpts
  • Heber City ‘bounce house’ operator sentenced to prison for sexually abusing children
    Source type: News article
    Publisher: Fox 13
    Date published/accessed: 13 Dec 2017
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    A man who operated a "bounce house" in Heber City was sentenced to prison Wednesday for sexually abusing children.

    Bryce Johnson pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated child sex abuse in October.

    33-year-old Bryce Johnson and his attorney pleaded with the judge for jail time and rehabilitation while prosecutors wanted prison for Johnson.

    Then, barely able to hold back tears because she said no one wins in this case, the judge sentenced Johnson to three terms of three-years-to-life at the Utah State Prison.

    The judge ordered the three terms to run consecutively, meaning Johnson will spend a minimum of nine years in prison before he becomes eligible for parole.

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    Bryce Johnson Offender Profile
    Source type: News article
    Publisher: Offender Radar
    Date published/accessed: 29 Nov 2023
    archive 1 | archive 2

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