Man Accused Of Groping Woman At Columbus State Ordered To Stay Away From College


A judge has ordered a man accused of groping a woman in the Columbus State Community College library to stay away from the campus.

Police arrested Lonnie Sturdivant on Friday after issuing a warrant for his arrest earlier in the week.

Columbus State student Melissa Bauer said Sturdivant touched her inappropriately while she was studying.

Sturdivant was just released from jail in December after serving a year for inappropriately touching women near the Ohio State University campus.

He's now facing a charge of sexual imposition. A judge set his bond at $100,000.

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