(5-10-23) Three Freshman baseball players, all 15-years-old, at Wyoming (Ohio) HS have been arrested after an alleged sexual assault that took place on April 28 after a baseball practice inside a Wyoming High School locker room.

Three teens arrested after alleged sexual assault, hazing at Wyoming High School

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The Wyoming Police Department received a complaint the next day on the incident from a school official reporting the alleged sexual assault involving a male victim.

Wyoming Police Chief Brooke Brady

“Officers received a complaint on Saturday, April 29, 2023, for an alleged sexual assault that occurred after baseball practice. During the investigation, it was determined that three male juveniles, all 15 years of age, assaulted the male victim,”

Hamilton County Prosecutor Melissa Powers, indicated that the victim has autism and ADHD.

One player is facing one count of rape, three counts of kidnapping and one count of hazing and is booked at the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center.

The second player has been charged with one count of gross sexual imposition, three counts of kidnapping and one count of hazing.

The third player has been charged with one count of gross sexual imposition, two counts of kidnapping and one count of hazing.

The two remaining players were released and are wearing electronic monitoring devices.

Wyoming City Schools Superintendent Tim Weber

“I am absolutely horrified by the incident alleged to have taken place in the Wyoming High School locker room on Friday, April 28.

We will take the strongest actions possible to support those in need,

I cannot comment on the specifics of any individual student discipline process due to state and federal law. I can say that this type of allegation would ordinarily result in the most serious form of discipline that we can impose.

This does not represent the core values of Wyoming City Schools.”

Wyoming High School Principal James Stallings

“We appreciate the quick actions of the Wyoming Police Department and our students and staff in reporting and carrying out the investigation process. At Wyoming High School, we teach and demonstrate high character and will continue to care for each other as a community.”

Despite the incidents and arrests the Wyoming baseball program moves forward with upcoming schedules and the OHSAA tournament.