CINCINNATI —In a disturbing incident, three teenage boys have been taken into custody after being accused of sexually assaulting another student in the locker room of Wyoming High School. According to police, the alleged assault took place on April 28, shortly after a baseball practice session.
Details surrounding the assault are yet to be released, but the incident has left the school community in a state of shock and outrage. School officials have issued a statement condemning the alleged assault and have expressed their commitment to cooperating with the authorities to ensure that justice is served.
Meanwhile, the three teenage boys have been arrested and are facing charges in relation to the incident. The police investigation is ongoing, and more information is expected to be released as the case unfolds.
Police in Wyoming have announced the arrest of three 15-year-old boys in connection with an alleged sexual assault at Wyoming High School. The victim, who has autism and ADHD, was reportedly assaulted after a baseball practice session in the school’s locker room. The incident was reported to the police by a school official the following day.
The charges against the three boys vary, but all three have been charged with kidnapping and hazing, in addition to other counts. One of the boys is facing a charge of rape. The 15-year-old charged with rape is being held at the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center, while the other two have been released but are under electronic monitoring.
According to Hamilton County Prosecutor Melissa Powers, the victim attempted to flee from the attackers multiple times.
This is a developing story, and more information is expected to be released in due course.