A Stansbury man faces felony charges related to a series of incidents involving alleged sexual abuse of two children.
Jason Law, 24, faces three charges of first-degree sodomy of a child, first-degree attempted rape of a child and second-degree sex abuse of a child, all felonies.
The charges stem from a number of incidents during which Law provided baby-sitting. According to police reports, the abuse spanned several years and escalated from touching.
When Tooele County Sheriff’s deputies attempted to interview Law on Jan. 21, he fought with them and was arrested, according to a report.
Law appeared in 3rd District Court on March 2 for an initial appearance. He wore a suicide prevention smock in the courtroom.
The roll call hearing scheduled for March 17 was extended to March 31 so he could receive a new court-appointed attorney.
Law is being held at the Tooele County Detention Center on $100,000 bail, cash only.