HAMILTON, Ohio -- The trial for a former Miami University police officer accused of kidnapping, abduction and sex crimes is set to begin May 15.
Dustin Young, 36, is charged with gross sexual imposition, kidnapping and two counts of abduction all related to incidents spanning from August through November 2016.
A grand jury report said Young "(had) sexual contact with another...cause another to have sexual contact...or cause two or more persons to have sexual contact...by force or threat or force," from Aug. 1 through Oct. 22. The report also said Young used "force threat or deception" to kidnap someone. The abduction charges are dated Aug. 1 and Nov. 12.
A Miami University Police Department incident report said a Nov. 22 "sex offense" involving Young happened on the Oxford campus. Hamilton police investigated that incident, according to university spokeswoman Claire Wagner. The incident report gave no further description of the incident.
Young was suspended after Miami University learned of the allegations, Wagner said. He resigned from his post at the Miami University Police Department after two investigations -- one conducted by the county and one conducted by the university -- found reasonable cause to believe he was guilty, Wagner said.
Last week, Young was given a $50,000 bond by Butler County Judge Michael Oster Jr. Ten percent of his bond was posted the same day and he was released.
The court also ordered Young to remove all weapons from his Trenton home and forbid any contact with the alleged victim and/or Miami University police.