A former Roosevelt real estate agent convicted of first-degree felony rape has been given a suspended prison term, but the judge ordered him to serve a year in a treatment facility.
A co-defendant in the case, a former Roosevelt Junior High School band instructor, was given the stiffest sentence allowed by law for his misdemeanor convictions of attempted unlawful sexual intercourse, supplying alcohol to a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Brian Clark, 35, was ordered to serve 21/2 years in the Duchesne County Jail.Eighth District Judge Dennis Draney suspended the 1-to-15-year prison term for Arlo McKee, 39, and sentenced him to one year of in-patient counseling at the Intermountain Sexual Abuse Treatment Center at the Ogden Community Correctional Center.
McKee was arrested last April in the rape of two teenage girls during a party at a Roosevelt home.
A third defendant in the case, Melvin Gunville, 35, of Roosevelt, pleaded guilty to rape last June and is serving a one-year term in the county jail.
McKee was fined $1,000 and was ordered to pay a $250 surcharge and restitution costs for one-half the victims' counseling. Clark was fined $2,400 and must pay $600 in surcharges and half the counseling costs.