A Kalida educator and former coach pleads not guilty in Putnam County to several sexual crimes against teenage students.
41 year old Jeremy Stober faces eight charges in including four counts of gross sexual imposition, sexual battery, attempted sexual battery, importuning, and tampering with evidence.
Stober is on an unpaid leave of absence from the Kalida School District. He was the school's technology coordinator, a former teacher, and the high school volleyball coach. Assistant prosecutor Todd Schroeder says the alleged crimes span 11 years. The victims were all teenage girls at the school who have since graduated.
A $25,000 bond was continued. However, Stober can be released if he posts ten percent. Conditions of bond include that Stober have no contact with minors except for his own children or other family members who are supervised. If bond is posted, he also cannot live in his Putnam County home but could instead stay with family in Stryker, Ohio.