HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WFFT) — A former Huntington university coach was arrested on multiple charges including child seduction and kidnapping last week.
According to court documents, 33-year-old Nicholas Johnson of Huntington planned a fake recruiting visit so the victim could go with him to pick up a puppy back in early August.
The affidavit states Johnson touched the girl multiple times and massaged her in his garage.
He allegedly made a fake email account under the name "Jill Steele" when he arraigned the fake recruiting visits that took place out of the state of Indiana.
Johnson appeared in court Monday and was released from jail on a cash bond of $3,000.
Johnson is facing two charges of Child Seduction, Kidnapping and Identity Deception, all felonies.