Offender notification meeting tonight at Poulsbo City Hall

  • Monday, January 7, 2019 10:36am
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<em>Michael Dale Loyle</em>

Michael Dale Loyle

A community notification meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. today at Poulsbo City Council Chambers to address a fourth level-three sex offender who will be moving into the 17000 block of Viking Way.

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Detective Eric Adams will be on hand to provide a briefing on the residency status of Michael Dale Loyle.

According to a Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office bulletin sent out in advance of the meeting, Loyle was convicted of communication with a minor for immoral purposes in 1984, indecent exposure in 1992 and rape of a child in the first degree in 1993. While serving his sentence for the 1993 rape conviction, Loyle received several infractions for sexually inappropriate behavior and refusing to follow staff directives.

The bulletin also notes that while at the McNeil Island Special Commitment Center, Loyle has been compliant with institutional rules and shown a high degree of effort and motivation in participating in treatment.

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