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Trial date set for man police called Syracuse’s ‘most prolific sex offender’

A Syracuse man whose convictions and arrests for sex crimes involving boys spans several decades will go on trial on new charges in April.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – A Syracuse man whose convictions and arrests for sex crimes involving boys spans several decades will go on trial on new charges in April.

Mark Carrigan has been charged with sex crimes involving four underage male victims.

His trial is set for April 7.

Carrigan was already a high level sex offender when he was arrested on a host of new charges.

Syracuse Police have called Carrigan the city of Syracuse’s “most prolific sex offender.”

He was indicted in October on an array of charges, including:
  • Use of a child in a sexual performance
  • Criminal sexual act, second degree
  • Failure to register as a sex offender
  • Criminal sexual act, third degree
  • Sexual abuse, second degree
  • Endangering the welfare of a child (2 counts)
  • Sexual abuse, third degree

Earlier in the week, Carrigan was arraigned on a grand larceny charge that they say is not related to the sex charges.

Carrigan is in custody without bail.

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