Sentencing delayed for ex-Miamisburg teacher convicted of sex crimes

The sentencing of a former Miamisburg teacher convicted of sex crimes involving a minor student has been delayed.

The sentencing of Jessica Langford – which had been set for May 14 – has been rescheduled for May 29, according to court officials.

Montgomery County Judge Timothy O’Connell granted a continuance on Monday, court records show.

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A jury convicted Langford, 32, of Centerville, on April 13 of three counts of sexual battery and three counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.

The jury’s verdict came after a former Miamisburg Middle School student testified he was 14 years old when he had sex with Langford in her classroom on May 23, 2017.

Langford, who had worked for the district for nearly nine years, was placed on paid administrative leave that day and later resigned in a letter dated that same day, records show.

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Later that week, the father of the teen accuser testified, he filed a criminal complaint with the Miami Twp. Police Department.

Langford was indicted in November and pleaded not guilty to all six charges.


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