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Suspect, wife indicted on 100+ counts of child sex abuse in Elmore Co.

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WETUMPKA, AL (WSFA) -

There's new movement in a high profile child sexual abuse case that rocked Elmore County. A grand jury has indicted Stephen Conrad, Jr. on 105 charges involving sodomy, sexual abuse and rape.

Investigators say Conrad, who was arrested on April 22, confessed to abusing eight children, all under the age of 12.

Four of the victims were Conrad's own children, the youngest being less than 6-months old. Some of the other victims were children of women whom Conrad dated over the last decade years.

Also indicted was Conrad's 26-year-old wife, Brandy. She was indicted on seven counts of sodomy and sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12.

Both will be arraigned on October 21.

Two other people, Helen Gantt and Mark Ray, were charged in June with failure to report the sexual abuse of a child.

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