Chilliwack man facing child sex and child porn charges granted bail and to live in Creston

Neyrinck would reside in a hotel in Creston until he found a place to live

TMTVNEWS.COM – A provincial court judge has granted bail to a Chilliwack man facing child sex and child pornography charges, as well as three breaches of court-ordered conditions from when previously on bail and in custody.

Crown counsel opposed bail for one-time school board candidate and district parents’ advisory council (DPAC) vice-president Corey Neyrinck at his bail review last Friday.

In addition to the seven charges he faces, which include sexual assault, sexual interference of a person under 16, making or publishing child pornography and possession of child pornography, Neyrinck is alleged to have made up a fake polygraph company that vouched for his innocence.

Neyrinck’s lawyer Darrel Schultz asked instead that bail be granted with strict conditions, including what he called a “get-out-of-Dodge” order. Schultz said his aunt was again willing to put up a surety for his bail “through her church in Creston,” and that Neyrinck would reside in a hotel in Creston until he found a place to live.

Schultz pointed out Neyrinck has no criminal record, he was abused as a child by his drug-addicted mother, and “he certainly has learned the hard way what breaching does for someone.”

Judge Richard Browning agreed with Schultz and allowed Neyrinck released on a $20,000 surety along with various conditions, including no-contact orders and orders he not be allowed to be in possession of electronic devices.

His next court appearance in order to fix a date for trial is scheduled for Dec. 14.

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