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Roscommon County Man Convicted by Jury on 8 Counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct
October 04, 2023
LANSING – Tuesday, a jury in the 34th Circuit Court in Roscommon County found Troy Holder, 46, of Gerrish Township, guilty of four counts first degree Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) and four counts second degree CSC, announced Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel.
Holder sexually assaulted a family member.
"This conviction is a testament to the determination our department maintains to secure justice for sexual assault survivors,” said Nessel. “Sexual assaults are serious crimes, and we will not shy away from holding these predators accountable for their actions. I am grateful for the victim, who displayed great courage in a difficult situation. We must all do what we can to ensure criminal acts like these do not go unpunished.”
The investigation and charging decisions in this case were conducted by the Roscommon County Prosecutor’s Office. The Department of Attorney General managed the prosecution at their request.
A sentencing date has not yet been set by the Court.
Please note: For all criminal proceedings, a criminal charge is merely an allegation. The defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. The Department does not provide booking photos.