Female employee at Wolverine in Vassar faces 15 years, sex charges

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Dorothy Boyd

VASSAR — A female guard at Wolverine Human Services in Vassar is suspended and faces up to 15 years in prison in connection with criminal sexual conduct charges.

Dorothy Alicia Boyd, 31, Saginaw, is charged with two counts of second degree criminal sexual conduct involving a detained juvenile.

Boyd faces up to 15 years in prison in connection with the charges involving a 17-year-old resident.

Boyd was arraigned two weeks ago and is set to appear in Tuscola County District Court for a preliminary exam on Monday.

“The primary issue is you have the placement in that facility and then an employee and that’s the nexus of cause for the charges,” said Mark Reene, prosecutor, Tuscola County.”  The victim in the case through discussions and counseling passed on information about what was occuring and then that was immediately followed up on.” (Read more)

(This story first appeared in the print edition of The Tuscola County Advertiser on July 23, 2016 and can be read online here)

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