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A Bluffdale woman and her father have been charged with incest pursuant to allegations they had a sexual relationship.
The woman, who was raised by adoptive parents, was 21 when she met her biological father in 2010, police wrote in charges filed Monday. A year later they began having sex.
Now 24 and 52, respectively, the daughter and father, who lives in West Jordan, were charged with two counts each of third-degree felony incest. Police allege both of them knew of their biological connection.