Preliminary Exam Set for Father and Grandfather in Criminal Sexual Assault Case

ROCHESTER HILLS, MI – A preliminary exam on two counts of First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct against Sean MacMaster, 46-years-old, of Jacksonville, Florida, and his stepfather Larry Orr, 71-years-old, of Oxford, Michigan, has been scheduled for Monday, September 16th, 2019, before Oakland County 52nd District Court, Division 3 Judge Nancy T. Carniak.

Sean Macmaster - Larry Orr

Sean MacMaster – Larry Orr

MacMaster and Orr are each charged with two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct in the first degree alleging sexual penetrations of a child under 13 years of age. Each count is punishable by a mandatory minimum of 25 years in prison. If convicted as charged, guidelines would mandate a minimum sentence of at least 25 years to life for each defendant.

The Office of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel worked in tandem with the Michigan State Police to execute a search warrant on Orr’s home March 9, revealing significant physical evidence consistent with the child victim’s descriptions of the sexual assaults. Warrants were issued May 7th, and Larry Orr was arrested at his Oxford, Michigan home; MacMaster was arrested in Jacksonville, Florida, where he was working as an officer with the Duval County School Police Department. MacMaster was extradited to Michigan and arraigned on June 18th.

A bond hearing was held on August 30th and each defendant was granted a $250,000 cash/surety bond. If either are able to post bond, each is required to wear a GPS tether upon release. The court ordered that, if released, Orr be confined to his house; and that MacMaster have a community member vouch for him and provide residence. MacMaster must also give up his driver’s license and passport.

A copy of MacMaster’s charging document can be read here.

A copy of Orr’s charging document can be read here.

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