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Sex charge trial dates set for former Chilliwack DPAC vice-president

Corey Neyrinck. - Submitted
Corey Neyrinck.
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One-time school board candidate Corey Neyrinck was in Chilliwack court Tuesday for scheduling of his first two of three trials on sex-related charges.

Neyrinck, who also served as vice-president of the district parents’ advisory council (DPAC), faces six sex-related charges, including sexual assault, sexual interference of a person under 16, making or publishing child pornography and possession of child pornography.

He is also charged with violating his bail conditions after he was arrested on the sex charges.

Neyrinck had his bail revoked earlier in the month, and appeared via video link in Chilliwack court Tuesday morning.

A half-day trial was scheduled for Aug. 14 for one of the breach charges, and a one-and-a-half-day trial was set for Aug. 19 for the second breach.

The 27-year-old will appear via video on June 2 in Chilliwack court to fix a date for the sex-related charges.

A publication ban prevents the details of the charges from being reported.

Neyrinck has only lived in Chilliwack since 2007. He was active on the McCammon elementary PAC and spent three years as chair.

He worked as a shift manager at a fast food outlet and he has no prior criminal record.

Neyrinck ran in the 2013 byelection for a seat on the Chilliwack school board. He received just 54 votes. He was later subjected to a $500 penalty for late filing of his election campaign financial disclosure statement.

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