was an LDS church member in Utah; sentenced in 2019 to 90 days in jail for two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a 16 or 17 year old, two counts of attempted sexual exploitation of a minor, and two counts of dealing in materials harmful to minors; may have had over 100 victims; arrested in 2021 (while on probation) for enticing a minor; convicted and sentenced to 1 to 5 years in prison

Case Summary

Tanner Clark was an LDS church member in Utah who was convicted of child sexual abuse, and later violated probation by enticing a minor. For the latter offense, he was convicted and sentenced to 1 to 5 years in prison.

FLOODLIT.org says thank you to our anonymous sources who have helped us uncover details in this case. Clark may have had dozens of child sex abuse (CSA) victims during his life.

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OFFENSES

Description : 76-5-401.2 – UNLAWFUL SEXUAL CONDUCT WITH A 16 OR 17 YEAR OLD/3RD DEGREE FELONY
Date Convicted : 04/19/2019
Conviction State : Utah
Statute : 76-5-401.2
Offense Count : 2

Description : 76-4-401 – ENTICING A MINOR/3RD DEGREE FELONY
Date Convicted : 06/01/2021
Conviction State : Utah
Statute : 76-4-401
Details : LISTED ON JC AS: ENTICE A MINOR BY INTERNET OR TEXT/3RD DEGREE FELONY
Offense Count : 2

Description : 76-5b-201 – SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF MINOR/3RD DEGREE FELONY – ATTEMPTED (attempted)
Date Convicted : 04/19/2019
Conviction State : Utah
Statute : 76-5b-201
Offense Count : 2

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