A Snowflake man could spend the rest of life in prison after he pleaded guilty to murder after he killed a counselor at a rehab ranch in southern Utah in 2016. Garfield County, Utah officials say 19-year-old Clay Brewer fatally attacked 61-year-old Jimmy Woolsey from behind with a metal rod after he had come to check in on a group of teens sitting around a campfire. Brewer then assaulted another employee of the Turn-About-Ranch and stole her car. Brewer was 17 at the time and was arrested by deputies, who were on their way to the ranch. He told investigators that a drug addiction had taken over his life and was controlling him. Brewer told investigators he liked Woolsey, but wanted to escape. The ranch is located in Escalante, which is about 300 miles south of Salt Lake City. Brewer pled guilty to murder and aggravated assault and was sentenced Thursday to serve at least five years and up to life in prison on the murder conviction and at least a year up to 15 years for the assault. The sentences will run concurrently.