Court records indicate a Fairborn officer spotted Ray driving and pulled him over on Sept. 6, 2018.
Ray denied the allegations, telling the officer he was at work in Kettering and didn’t know the location of Baker Middle School.
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He was indicted by a grand jury Sept. 14, 2018.
According to Fairborn police detective Ryan Whittaker’s deposition, three girls ages 12 to 14 reported that a man in a gray sport utility vehicle approached them and asked questions as they were walking down the street. One of the girls identified the defendant from a photo line-up, the deposition said.
At least two incidents happened during daylight hours on Sept. 5 near Baker Middle School, and one incident, in which a 12-year-old girl was walking home from the library, was reported the following day, according to the detective’s deposition in 2018.
One girl reported the suspect pulled up and asked her where Gilmore Street was, and after she said “no,” he made additional comments: “Well, may I say you are pretty” — “Can I give you any details about your body?” — “Can I get your phone number,” according to the detective’s deposition.
A court date has not been set yet for Ray.