Blaze News investigates: Adult high school senior in Ohio attended class, track events even after he was charged with raping 9-year-old

Blaze News investigates: Adult high school senior in Ohio attended class, track events even after he was charged with raping 9-year-old


Residents of Hudson, Ohio, about a half-hour southeast of Cleveland, are demanding answers after a local high school student was permitted to attend school and compete in track events for months even after he was charged with raping a 9-year-old child.

According to the indictment seen by Blaze News before the case was sealed, last December, Jeremiah Earl Stoehr allegedly lured a 9-year-old child — who is a boy, as indicated by the pronouns used in the indictment — “for the purpose of engaging in sexual activity.” Stoehr then allegedly raped the boy. Stoehr is believed to have been an 18-year-old adult at the time of the alleged assault.

Stoehr had apparently been going to class and participating in track practices and meets — wearing an ankle

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