CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - Centerville police arrested a Cincinnati man on sex charges involving a teenage female.
Joshua C. Fisher, 29, was taken into custody Oct. 18 at his home in Cincinnati.
Officers made the arrest within a day of hearing from friends of a 14-year-old girl who police say had grown concerned about the pair's relationship.
"This is one of those things you don't let sit," says John Davis with the Centerville Police Department.
Fisher is facing 5 counts of sexual battery and one count of sexual imposition.
Police say Fisher first came into contact with the girl through volleyball lessons. They say the two would meet for sex in Centerville.
"Through social media they'd been back and forth and that's how they would arrange their meetings," Davis says.
We looked up Fisher's background and found he works for the Mizuno Cincy Classics, a club volleyball team and offers private lessons.
We called the club, but got cutoff after explaining who we were with.
When we called back we only got a voicemail message.
We found Fisher also used to coach volleyball at Fairfield and Lakota East high schools.
Police say at this point they don't believe Fisher was involved with any other teens.
"We have no indication in this case of that but in these cases that's something we're always looking out for," Davis says.
We wanted to know how parents can keep their kids from falling victim.
"That's a difficult question to answer," Davis says. "The best thing I can tell you to do is make sure you know where your children are. Follow up on what they say they're doing. Monitor their social media."
Police say each charge of sexual battery carries with it a max sentence of 5 years in prison.
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