Parents have many things that they worry about when it comes to their children. One of the worst fears is the possibility of your children being unsafe around people who you trust and should be caring for them.
Yesterday, a Columbus woman was arrested and has been accused of raping two young girls. Nicole Sonta Miller, 43, was apprehended by Columbus SWAT officers last night after she arrived back in town from Cincinnati.
Miller is being charged with three counts of rape.
The accusers are two young girls, ages four and six. The assaults are to have occurred in 2010 and October of 2018 on “several occasions” inside a friend’s home. Miller allegedly befriended mutual acquaintances of the parents.
She is currently being held at Franklin County jail. The bonds have been set at $500,000 for each case.
Lieutenant Dave Hughes of the Special Victims Bureau stated, “these happen just about every other day or we have cases everyday that we have to investigate involving children like this. Trusted friends, family members, things that happen at school…we get these a lot unfortunately.”
The investigation is currently ongoing by the Columbus Police Department’s Special Victims Bureau