Police say Utah bounce house operator sexually abused children
Annie Knox and Alison Berg, KSL.com
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HEBER CITY, Utah (KSL) — Police have arrested a bounce house and water slide operator who they say has sexually abused children.
Bryce Johnson, 33, of Heber City, is being held in the Wasatch County Jail on a $100,000 cash-only bail.
Heber City police officer Xela Thomas said Johnson has been charged with three counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child, a first-degree felony.
Johnson is the owner and operator of Fun Stuff LLC, which runs Heber Bounce, a company that includes a bounce house, water slide and other components catering to children, according to police.
According to police reports, Johnson paid three juveniles to pose for sexually explicit pictures and perform sexual acts on each other while Johnson watched.
While police have only released documents involving three juveniles, Thomas said they are investigating six to eight additional cases, and suspect there are more.
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