Woodburn priest sentenced to 75 months in prison on child sex abuse charges

The Oregonian

By Everton Bailey Jr., The Oregonian

A Woodburn priest accused of sexually abusing a 12-year-old boy has been sentenced to a little more than six years in prison Monday.

The Rev. Angel Armando Perez, 47, pleaded guilty in Marion County Circuit Court to first-degree sexual abuse, DUII and furnishing alcohol to a minor charges. He will serve six years and three months in prison.

Previous charges of using a child in display of sexually explicit conduct and evidence tampering were dropped.

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