“Physical evidence recovered from the home was able to easily corroborate the horrible ordeal these kids went through in the early morning hours yesterday,” Lang said.
Based on that evidence, Montgomery County prosecutors approved four counts of kidnapping and single counts of rape and gross sexual imposition.
Johnston is scheduled to appear in court Friday morning.
Lang said Johnston has no prior criminal history. “He went from 0 to 100 in a short amount of time and created an incident which will certainly have a lasting impact on everybody that was involved,” Lang said. “It’s absolutely tragic.”
It is the policy of News Center 7 and the Dayton Daily News not to report details that would identify the victims of sexual assault.