was a former Mormon bishop and stake presidency counselor, and city manager in Riverton, Utah; charged in 2006 with voyeurism; admitted climbing a 9-foot wall at a tanning salon to watch a 16-year-old girl undress; pleaded guilty; plea was held in abeyance; he completed the terms set by the court, charge was dismissed and case was expunged in 2008; as of February 2024, lives in Riverton, Utah

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Mark Cram was a former Mormon bishop and stake presidency counselor who also worked as a city manager from 2002 to 2006 in Riverton, Utah.

In August 2006, Cram pleaded guilty to a class B misdemeanor charge of voyeurism, after admitting that he had climbed a 9-foot wall at a tanning salon in Riverton in June 2006 to watch a 16-year-old girl undress.

The girl saw Cram, and police tracked him through salon rental records.

Cram resigned as city manager two weeks after being caught spying on the girl as she took off her clothes.

As part of Cram’s plea agreement, the plea was to be held in abeyance for 18 months and the record expunged if he completed counseling and treatment programs with a psychologist, did 40 hours of community service and paid $500 in fines.

Cram completed the court’s requirements and his criminal record was successfully erased in 2008.

As of February 2024, Cram lives in Riverton, Utah and may be attending a Mormon ward there.

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