was an LDS church member and BYU greenhouse manager in Provo, Utah; accused of sexual abuse; sentenced to prison in Utah in 2003 for rape

Case Summary

Thomas G. Black was sentenced to prison in Utah in 2003 for repeated rape of a family member.

Black, Offender #155060 (UT Board of Pardons and Parole), was released on supervised parole on May 16, 2023.

At the time of his arrest and conviction in 2002, Black held an employee position of BYU Greenhouse Manager. According to FLOODLIT’s sources, Black attended LDS church meetings and did temple work regularly.

Sources
  1. Provo man sentenced to at least 10 years for rape
    view source details | 22 Mar 2003 | Provo Daily Herald
  2. Thomas G. Black
    view source details | 24 Jul 2023 | Offender Radar
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Mormon Sexual Abuse Map

International map of locations where active members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints perpetrated or allegedly perpetrated sexual abuse or other sex crimes, or where LDS leaders failed or allegedly failed to help abuse survivors.