was an LDS bishop in Charlottesville, Virginia; originally from England; accused of sexual abuse; convicted and sentenced to prison

Case Summary

Thomas Evans-Southall was a mormon in Richmond, Virginia.  Thomas was charged with attempted object sexual penetration and taking indecent liberties with children.  Thomas was found guilty of TAKING INDECENT LIBERTIES WITH CHILDREN sentenced to 10 years, 8 years suspended.  According to a Floodlit source Thomas was imprisoned and then deported to England.

Statute : ATTEMPT OBJECT SEXUAL PENETRATION | Date of Conviction : Dec 05, 2018 | State Convicted : VA | Code Section : 18.2-67.5.A(3) | Case Number : CR1800033600 | Victim Age : Unknown | Sentencing Court : ALBEMARLE CIRCUIT | Statute : TAKING INDECENT LIBERTIES WITH CHILDREN | Date of Conviction : Dec 05, 2018
Offense Date: December 05, 2018
Sentencing ALBEMARLE CIRCUIT

 


AlbemarleCountyCircuit – Criminal Division
CaseDetails

CR18000335-00:

Sentenced 10 years, suspended 8 years. To run consecutively.

CR18000336-00 :

Sentenced 10 years, suspended 8 years. To run consecutively.

Filed 04-02-2018 Common Wealth of VA

Offense Date: 01-15-2018

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