A Mantua Township man who allegedly trespassed inside two Crestwood schools last month and inappropriately touched a student, causing a lockdown, is facing additional charges from a Portage County grand jury.
The Record Courier reports Trevor A. Haylett, 26, faces nine felony and misdemeanor charges for the April 12 incident during which he allegedly entered Crestwood High School and Crestwood Middle School, and solicited several female students for sex.
The newspaper reports a grand jury charged Haylett with inducing panic and abduction, for causing a lockdown at Crestwood Middle School, by having unwanted sexual contact with a 14-year old female student, and restraining her against her will; one count of gross sexual imposition, and two counts of sexual imposition for allegedly groping the girl. Haylett also faces two counts of importuning, for allegedly soliciting two Crestwood students, ages 14 and 15, for sex.
Haylett was already charged with two counts of burglary, for trespassing at the middle school, and the high school.
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