Alleged Lake Orion sex offender bound for trial

Alleged Lake Orion sex offender bound for trial

By Brian Marshall
Review Staff Writer
An investigation by The Lake Orion police that led to an arrest in November of 2015 resulted in last Thursday’s arraignment of an alleged sexual molester.
Colin Matthew Boyle, 29, was bound over for trial in Oakland County Circuit Court on three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct (person under age 13). He remains in the Oakland County Jail on a $750,000 cash bond.
After investigating Boyle for possible criminal sexual conduct and the production and distribution of child pornography, the Lake Orion Police and Federal agents raided Boyle’s home on Grampian Drive in Lake Orion last November. Computers and other storage media were removed from the home. Based on the analysis of the evidence recovered in the home, Boyle was arrested and charged.
In cooperation with FBI and federal investigators, Lake Orion Police investigators determined there were sexual assaults that occurred at the home on Grampian in Lake Orion. After an extensive investigation, Lake Orion Police investigators obtained charges from the Oakland County Prosecutors Office.
Lake Orion Police Chief Jerry Narsh, in a statement, said that he is proud of his department’s role in the successful investigation.
“The excellent cooperative efforts between federal, state and local law enforcement allows us to continue to detect, locate and prosecute individuals who commit these crimes,” he said. “There may be more that comes from this investigation. All of the investigators on this case were disturbed by the type and the extensive volume of material recovered.”