Hat Tip: Phillip King
A former Ogden deputy fire chief who pleaded guilty to sex abuse charges was sentenced to a minimum of seven years at the Utah State Prison.
Greg Chamberlain, 63, was given 6-years-to-life for first-degree felony aggravated sex abuse of a child, and 1 to 15 years in prison for second-degree felony forcible sex abuse.
He was originally charged with first-degree felony charges of forcible sodomy, object rape, two counts aggravated sex abuse of a child and a second-degree felony forcible sex abuse charge, but accepted a deal and pleaded guilty to two of the five charges on March 5.
According to charging documents, police received a report of child sexual abuse against two girls, ages 11 and 16.
The girls, who are sisters, reported the fat pedophile sexually abused them on multiple occasions in both Provo and Springville.
The girls said he touched them inappropriately on several occasions and reportedly told one of them "he couldn't help himself" and not to tell anyone what he was doing.
The sex terrorist has no other criminal history in Utah.