Springfield man, 19, indicted with sexual misconduct with teen


A 19-year-old Springfield man is facing a felony charge after allegedly having a sexual relationship with a teenager.

Jordan Blade Boldman was indicted in Clark County Common Pleas Court on a charge of unlawful sexual misconduct with a minor. The minor is described as 15 years old in a criminal affidavit.

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A next court date had not been set in the case.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office began their investigation when they were contacted about the alleged statutory issue. The 15-year-old had been taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital where a sexual assault examination was conducted, the affidavit says.

During a forensic interview, the 15-year-old told investigators that she had met Boldman on Snapchat in July and he sneaked into her home where the two talked. She said later that month the two went to Park Layne Elementary School where they engaged in sex, the affidavit says.

Boldman told investigators that the two had kissed but did not engage in sex, the affidavit says.

“Boldman denied having sex with the victim,” the affidavit says. “Boldman agreed to provide a sample of his DNA for comparison purposes should male DNA be identified from her rape kit.”

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The affidavit says the crime lab concluded Jordan Boldman was the source of the DNA found on the rape kit.



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