Englewood man indicted, accused of threatening to send nude images of teen to school, job

Michael Joseph Siehl

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Michael Joseph Siehl

A Montgomery County grand jury indicted an Englewood man accused of threatening to send partially nude images of a 16-year-old to her school, job and parents.

Michael Joseph Siehl, 41, was indicted on illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance, menacing by stalking, telecommunications harassment and telephone harassment charges, according to the grand jury report.

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He reportedly threatened to send the nude photos and videos of he teen on several different occasions.

“Siehl did send the partially nude photographs and videos to [the teen’s father’s] email address with a message threatening to disseminate them,” a Clayton police detective wrote in a Vandalia Municipal Court affidavit. “He also sent numerous messages to [the teen’s mother] threatening the same.”

He is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday. As of Friday afternoon, Siehl was being held in the Montgomery County Jail.

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