A female firefighter who was raped by a member of an inmate firefighting crew in Yellowstone National Park last summer has filed a federal complaint against her assailant and Utah corrections officials.

Roger Lopez, 33, of Layton, pleaded guilty Jan. 27 in the U.S. District Court of Wyoming to a charge of felony sexual abuse, which had been reduced from an initial count of aggravated sexual assault in exchange for his plea.A sentencing date was not set, but Assistant U.S. Attorney Lisa Leschuck said Lopez likely will receive his penalty in the next two weeks.

His 20-year-old victim filed suit in U.S. District Court for Utah Tuesday, seeking a jury trial and unspecified damages, lost wages and medical and court costs from Lopez, Utah Corrections Director Gary DeLand, Utah State Prison Warden Jerry Cook, Prison Conservation Camp Supervisor Hank Galekta and 10 John Does described as employees and agents of the state of Utah.

The woman, who had been fighting fires in Yellowstone with a Job Corps crew from Anaconda, Mont., was assaulted by Lopez on Aug. 16.