NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WZZM) - They trusted him to work with students - but tonight a school employee in Muskegan county is at the center of a criminal investigation.
The superintendent of Mona Shores Schools is sending a letter home - urging parents to talk to their children - after allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
It was sparked by a recent male graduate coming forward - a week later it was a full criminal investigation.
Immediately Mona Shores Superintendent Dave Peden let his employee know he's not welcome.
"I took away his access to the building through the key, " says Peden.
Mike Doyly, a paraprofessional for the school choir is accused of inappropriate sexual behavior with several boys.
Peden sympathizes with parents worried about their children.
"I would say I have the same fear - and this is a great night to hug their kids, " says Peden.