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Macedon woman arrested for Criminal Sexual Act involving 11 year-old boy
- Updated: May 28, 2011
On Sunday (5/22), State Police Investigators in Lyons reported the arrest of Diana O’Lena, age 38, of Daansen Road in the Town of Macedon for one count of Criminal Sexual Act in the 1st Degree, a class B – Felony.
The investigation revealed the defendant engaged in oral sexual conduct with a boy starting when he was 11 years-old on multiple occasions. Incidents occurred between 2009 to present, in the Town of Macedon. The boy was reportedly a friend of one of O’Lena’s four children.
O’Lena, who told police she runs a unlicensed day care business out of her home, made a full confession to police. She also had reportedly volunteered at the Palmyra Community Center. The police investigation into any other possible victims is continuing. Police indicated she is estranged from her husband.
The crime came to light after the boy’s father was checking his son’s text messages. The father then contacted police.
The defendant was arraigned in the Village of Lyons court before Honorable Village Justice Nicholas Forgione and remanded to the Wayne on $5,000.00 dollars cash bail or $10,000.00 bond. Justice Forgione issued a temporary Stay Away Order of Protection regarding the case. The defendant is scheduled to reappear on in the Town of Macedon Court. Grand Jury action is pending.
Wayne County District Attorney Rick Healy said it is the youngest male victim involving a female defendant he has ever seen. He added that 99% of sex cases with younger victims involve male defendants.
O’Lena, who has no prior police record could face a minimum of five years in prison. Healy said he will most definitely ask for some prison time for the woman.
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