A 55-year-old Clearcreek Twp. man, a former local Realtor, was free on $150,000 bail after his indictment on charges of rape and sexual battery in Warren County.
Timothy G. Hall was released on house arrest with electronic monitoring, but is permitted to leave the house for work, according to court records.
Hall is charged with 10 rape counts and seven sexual battery counts, according to court records. He was booked into the county jail in Lebanon at 1:36 p.m. Monday, according to jail records.
The charges involve two alleged victims in at least 17 incidents between July 1, 1991, and Dec. 31, 1999, according to Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell.
Hall is barred by court orders from contact with all minor children and one specific alleged victim, now 39.
Hall was previously arrested May 3 by Clearcreek Twp. police on a sexual battery charge, but was free on bond, pending his indictment.
According to a complaint filed in Warren County Court at the time of the original arrest, Hall was accused of inappropriately touching a female from July 1992 through July 1996.
That complaint read that Hall sent an email of his admission to the victim.
Bond originally was set at $100,000 at Hall’s initial arraignment after his arrest in May. Magistrate Sarah Foster tacked on $50,000 during his arraignment Monday in Warren County Common Pleas Court.
Hall was a self-employed real estate broker, according to his jail booking in May.
After his initial arrest, officials with RE-MAX Victory in Springboro said Hall was no longer employed there. They declined to comment further.
On Monday, Dayton Realtors said Hall’s real estate license became inactive two months ago.
“He is no longer a member of Dayton Realtors (thus he cannot conduct real estate business),” Bob Jones, director of communications for Dayton Realtors, said in an email.
Hall turned himself in at the jail Monday, according to jail records.
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