LAYTON -- The former chairman for Davis Behavioral Health will pay $500 after he was found guilty of one count of sexual solicitation.
The 2nd District Court in Layton ordered Marlon Raymond Berrett, 70, to pay half of the maximum $1,000 fine for his class B misdemeanor offense.
The court lowered the fine to $500 in light of Berrett enrolling in an extensive treatment program, said Layton City Prosecutor Marlise Jones.
The court also suspended his jail time, and he will be on informal probation for 18 months.
According to a Layton police probable cause statement, police saw on April 4 that Berrett posted an ad on Craigslist with sexually explicit language.
An undercover officer emailed Berrett and arranged for him to meet in Layton to "engage in sexual acts in exchange for money," police documents read.
He showed up and was arrested.