SALT LAKE CITY -- A former Utah Department of Corrections therapist faces charges after allegedly having a two-year sexual relationship with a parolee.
Forty-two-year-old Michelle Glover of Holladay was charged Wednesday with custodial sexual relations. If she's convicted, she could face five years in prison.
Prosecutors say Glover had sex with a male parolee between April 2011 and this April. It's not clear how the alleged relationship was uncovered.
Department of Corrections spokesman Steve Gehrke tells The Salt Lake Tribune Glover no longer works at the agency.