was an LDS church member in Orem, Utah and Cheyenne, Wyoming; convicted of UNLAWFUL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE in 1994 in Utah and SEXUAL ABUSE OF A MINOR IN THE SECOND DEGREE in Wyoming

Case Summary

James Addison Tolman was an LDS member in Orem, Utah.  In Utah, Tolman pleaded guilty to UNLAWFUL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE in 1994.  Tolman was sentenced to 365 days in prison, and 365 days were suspended.  In 2006, in Wyoming Tolman was convicted of SEXUAL ABUSE OF A MINOR IN THE SECOND DEGREE.

FLOODLIT is currently waiting on court records from Wyoming in regards to James Addison Tolman.

4TH DISTRICT COURT – PROVO
UTAH COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH
STATE OF UTAH vs. JAMES TOLMAN
CASE NUMBER 941001576 State Felony
CHARGES
Charge 1 – 76-5-401 – UNLAW SEX INTERCOURSE – Class A Misdemeanor
Offense Date: September 18, 1993
Disposition: December 14, 1994 {Guilty Plea}

DEFENDANT ENTERED A PLEA OF GUILTY TOTHE
12-14-1994 Note: AMENDED CHARGE.

Jail: 365 DAYS Suspended: 365 DAYS


WYOMING CONVICTION: 2006

OFFENSES

    • Description :6-2-304(a)(ii) – Sexual Assault in 3rd Degree-*repealed 2007 victim
    • Date Convicted :05/18/2006
    • Conviction State :Wyoming
    • Statute :6-2-304(a)(ii)
    • State Equivalent :6-2-315(A)(II) – SEXUAL ABUSE OF A MINOR IN THE SECOND DEGREE-actor >= 16 / victim

UTAH CONVICTION: 1994

  • Description :76-5-401 – UNLAWFUL SEXUAL ACTIVITY WITH A MINOR-ATTEMPTED/CLASS A MISDEMEANOR
  • Date Convicted :12/14/1994
  • Conviction State :Utah
  • Statute :76-5-401
  • State Equivalent :6-2-315(A)(I) – SEXUAL ABUSE OF A MINOR IN THE SECOND DEGREE-actor >= 17 / victim 13-15

 

 

Sources
  1. Offender Details James Addison Tolman
    view source details | 11 Mar 2024 | Wyoming Divison of Criminal Investigation
  2. Offender Profile James Addison Tolman
    view source details | 11 Mar 2024 | Offender Radar
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