Hearing Delayed in Reger Child Sexual Abuse Case


What was expected to begin tomorrow, Hearings have been delayed in child sexual abuse suspect Bradley Reger’s case until next year.

As reported by the Sacramento Bee, Bradley Reger’s hearing was been pushed back by several months because his lawyers are grappling with the extensive evidence in the case. This includes investigative reports, audio and video, and native files.

His attorneys wrote “To date, we have received approximately 2,200 pages and another 5,000 pages are forthcoming,

Reger has been accused of the sexual abuse of minor boys dating from the late 80s to mid 2000s under the guise of his nurse practitioner’s license and involvement with Christian Schools, youth groups, and summer camps in Susanville and overseas.

He was indicted in July by a federal grand jury on charges of engaging in illicit sexual activity abroad, transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and coercion, and enticement. Three victims have come forward claiming abuse by Reger between 2006 and 2014.

Reger had been scheduled to appear before U.S. District Judge Troy L. Nunley for a status conference tomorrow, yet as the Sac Bee says the judge “signed an order postponing that hearing to Jan. 18 after Reger attorneys Kresta Daly and Tasha Chalfant asked for the delay and prosecutors did not object.

Reger has pled not guilty and remains in jail without bail.

Authorities continue to believe there may be many more victims who have yet to come forward and urge those who may have been a victim to visit the FBI website — fbi.gov/RegerVictims — to report their abuse or call 800-CALL-FBI (225-5324).