Susan Brock's on Her Best Behavior in Prison -- One Year Without a Disciplinary Infraction

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Susan Brock has been an angel in prison for about a year.
Susan Brock, the estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, apparently has been on her best behavior in prison.

A few weeks ago, Brock officially made it one full year without a disciplinary infraction, since being found guilty of the world's lamest prison disciplinary infraction in late August 2011.

See also:
-Brocked Up: Supervisor Fulton Brock Attempted to Cover Up the Sexual Liaisons Between His Wife, Daughter and a Teenage Boy
-Susan Brock's Prison Disciplinary Infraction: it Involves a Bathroom

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Republican Candidate for Congress Claims He's "Honored" to Have Fulton Brock's Endorsement

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Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock.
Martin Sepulveda -- one of seven Republican candidates running to represent Arizona's Ninth Congressional District -- claims he's "honored" to have the endorsement of ​Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock.

Brock's probably best known for his supporting role in his family's sex scandal, which included his now-estranged wife, Susan Brock, repeatedly sexually abusing a teenage boy starting when he was 14.

And, of course, the county supervisor's adult daughter, Rachel Brock, sexually abused the same kiddo.

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County Supervisor Fulton Brock Won't Seek Re-election Following Family's Uber-Public Sex Scandal

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Fulton Brock is giving up the seat he's held since 1996.
Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock announced this afternoon that he will not seek re-election, which appears to be the final chapter to one of the most bizarre sex scandals in the history of both sex and scandals.

Brock's now-estranged wife, Susan Brock, currently is serving a 13-year prison sentence for repeatedly sexually abusing a teenage boy, starting when he was just 14. The county supervisor's adult daughter, Rachel Brock, was sentenced to 10 years probation for abusing the same boy.

See our cover story on the Brock family circus here.

"The previous 18 months have been very challenging for my family. I love my job and would be honored to serve another four years, but my first priority is my family," Brock says in a statement released today. "I look forward to spending more time with my children as we put our lives back together. I appreciate the public respecting our privacy as we work through family issues. I am proud of the achievements we accomplished together, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the privilege of serving the public."


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Did Rachel Brock Get Off Easy? New Times Readers Seem to Think So

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Rachel Brock spent less than a week in county jail after getting arrested for having a sexual relationship with a teenage boy.
Rachel Brock, the daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, was sentenced yesterday to 10 years supervised probation and a deferred one-year in jail after pleading guilty to charges that she sexually abused the same boy her mother, Susan Brock, was convicted of molesting.

See our cover story on the Brock family's sexual circus -- and the county supervisor's attempts to cover up the abuse -- here.

Brock pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse with sexual motivation for having a sexual relationship with the then-13-year-old victim, a family friend the Brock family met through their Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Brock, at the time of much of the abuse, was 18.

Click here for details of the relationship.

Susan Brock, who pleaded guilty in January to three counts of attempted sexual conduct with a minor for abusing the same boy, is currently serving a 13-year prison sentence.

Rachel Brock, who got popped last December, served less than a week in jail following her arrest.

Several New Times readers say Rachel got off easy (no pun intended, perverts). Some even suggest there's a double-standard, and that men convicted of sex crimes are treated much more harshly than women.

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Rachel Brock, Daughter of County Supervisor, Avoids Jail Time; Gets Probation For Abusing Same Boy Mother Molested

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Rachel Brock, daughter of County Supervisor Fulton Brock, was sentenced this morning to 10 years probation for sexually abusing a teen boy on multiple occasions.
Rachel Brock, the daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, was in court this morning, where she was sentenced to 10 years supervised probation after pleading guilty to charges that she sexually abused the same boy her mother, Susan Brock, was convicted of molesting.

Additionally, Pinal County Superior Court Judge Henry Gooday sentenced Brock to one year in jail, which has been deferred.

Brock, 22, pleaded guilty in June to two counts of child abuse with sexual motivation for having sexual contact with the then-13-year-old victim, a family friend the Brock family met through their Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Brock, at the time of much of the abuse, was 18.

Brock originally was booked on seven counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one count of furnishing obscene materials to a minor.

Susan Brock was initially charged with 15 sex-with-a-kid related crimes for molesting the same boy, but pleaded guilty to only three counts of attempted sexual conduct with a minor. She was sentenced in January to 13 years in prison.

See our cover story on the Brock family's sexual circus -- and the county supervisor's attempts to cover up the abuse -- here.

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Susan Brock Pal Christian Weems Sentenced to Probation For Helping Brock Hide Evidence of Relationship With Teen Boy

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Christian Weems,  the friend of Susan Brock -- the soon-to-be-former wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock -- who pleaded guilty to charges that she tried to hide evidence of the sexual relationship Brock was having with a teenage boy, was sentenced to probation this morning.

Brock's adult daughter Rachel also was convicted of charges that she had a sexual relationship with the same boy her mother's convicted of molesting. Additionally, Fulton Brock, the boy's parents, and the boy's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints all suspected the relationship between Brock and the boy a year before police were ever called. See our cover story on the Brock family circus here.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Joseph Kreamer sentenced Weems -- an aspiring East Valley politician -- to one year of probation after she pleaded guilty in August to one count of computer tampering. Initially, Weems was hit with five felony counts including hindering prosecution, tampering with evidence, and obstruction of a criminal investigation for allegedly trying to destroy incriminating emails stored in Brock's victim's email account.

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Susan Brock's Prison Disciplinary Infraction: it Involves a Bathroom

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Four months into her 13-year prison sentence, and Susan Brock has already earned her first ADC disciplinary infraction.
We got our hands on the disciplinary write-up Susan Brock, the supposedly estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, received in prison last month. As far as breaking the rules in prison goes, it's pretty lame.

Brock is serving a 13-year prison sentence after admitting that she carried out a sexual relationship with a teenage boy for nearly three years. The Brock's adult daughter, Rachel, was convicted of abusing the same boy and is awaiting sentencing.

See this week's New Times cover story on the Brock family sex scandal here.

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Susan Brock Not Playing Nice in Prison; Gets First Disciplinary Infraction Four Months into 13-Year Sentence

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Four months into her 13-year prison sentence, and Susan Brock has already earned her first ADC disciplinary infraction.
The same day this week's New Times cover story, "Brocked Up," hit newsstands across the Valley, it was brought to our attention that the (ahem) star of the story, Susan Brock, hasn't been playing too nice with prison staff while serving time as a guest of the state.

Brock, the supposedly estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, is serving a 13-year prison sentence after admitting that she carried out a sexual relationship with a teenage boy for nearly three years. The Brock's adult daughter, Rachel, was convicted of abusing the same boy and is  awaiting sentencing.

Get all the details on the bizarre tale of religion, politics, and sex here.

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Susan Brock Pal Christian Weems Cops Plea in Evidence Tampering Case

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A woman accused of attempting to destroy evidence in the Susan Brock child molestation case accepted a plea deal this morning that will likely keep her out of jail.

Christian Weems, an old friend of the incarcerated estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor charge of computer tampering.

Initially, Weems was hit with five felony counts including hindering prosecution, tampering with evidence, and obstruction of a criminal investigation for allegedly trying to destroy incriminating emails stored in Brock's victim's email account.

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Morning Poll: Did Rachel Brock Get Off Easy?

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Rachel Brock could serve no jail time for sexually abusing a then-13-year-old boy.
Rachel Brock, the 22-year-old daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, pleaded guilty yesterday to charges that she sexually abused the same teenage boy her mother also pleaded guilty to molesting.

The charges to which Brock pleaded guilty -- two counts of child abuse with sexual motivation -- are much less severe than those with which she was initially charged.

Brock originally was charged with seven counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one count of furnishing obscene materials to a minor. Had she been convicted of those charges, she could be facing decades in prison.

However, because of the plea deal, when she's sentenced in August, Brock faces no more than a year in county jail, and 10 years probation -- and she won't have to register as a sex offender.

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