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Who is substitute teacher Madeline Marx?

Published: Thursday, November 09, 2017 @ 2:51 PM

NewsCenter 7 managed to obtain cruiser cam video of the Kettering substitute teacher who is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

Substitute teacher Madeline J. Marx, 23, was charged Thursday with two counts of sexual battery for allegedly having sexual relationships with multiple Kettering Fairmont High School students.

A 17-year-old student told police he was given oral sex by a teacher July 19, according to the complaint, affidavit and statement of facts filed with Kettering Municipal Court.

A 16-year-old boy told police he had intercourse with a substitute teacher Sept. 21.

Neither incident occurred on school property, according to the court documents.

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The affidavit said Marx confessed to the conduct and to sending several nude pictures via Snapchat and Instagram.

This organization has obtained dash-cam footage of Marx being transported to Montgomery County Jail.

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A Kettering police report indicates the alleged incidents happened from June 1 to Sept. 21, 2017 in a parking lot.

“Substitute teacher at Fairmont High School was found to have been involved in a sexual relationship with students,” the report’s narrative stated.

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Here’s what we learned about Madeline Marx from her personnel files obtained from Kettering schools, which included her resume and University of Dayton transcript:

Education: She graduated in 2012 from Chaminade Julienne High School in Dayton. She graduated from UD in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in education. She attained a 3.58 grade-point average, graduated cum laude and spent several terms on the Dean’s List.

She worked at the Flyer Spirit store as sales associate, manager on duty and custom clothing manager from June 2012 until December 2015

License: On June 30, 2016, Marx was granted a 4-year resident education intervention specialist license for K-12.

Experience: Before teaching at Fairmont last school and this school year, Marx was a student teacher at Beverly Gardens Elementary School in the Mad River School District from September 2015 until May 2016, according to her resume.

She cites “field experience” at Huber Heights Wayne High School in January 2015, River’s Edge Montessori elementary school in September 2014, John Hole Elementary School in Centerville in January 2014 and Frank Nicholas Elementary School in West Carrollton in September 2013.

Marx noted she had been a respite care provider for a 16-year-old with cerebral palsy.

Quotes from her application: “I am passionate about children and their education. I am a hard-worker, who focuses on individual student’s strengths and needs. I have worked with special needs children since high school.”

In answering what her top reason for being a teacher, she wrote: “The ability to provide children an advocate for their education as well as their well-being.”

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Family: People at a relative’s house near Brookville yelled, “No comment” on Wednesday night when approached for comment by this news organization.

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Centerville High School student accused of committing sex crime

Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 7:14 AM
Updated: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 6:09 PM

Centerville police say a sexual imposition charge against a 16-year-old boy from Washington Twp. stems from an incident that happened at Centerville High School.

A 16-year-old Washington Twp. boy has been accused of committing a sex crime as a result of an ongoing investigation by Centerville police after an incident alleged to have occurred at Centerville High School.

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John Davis, community relations officer with the Centerville Police Department, confirmed the investigation began May 5 after an incident on the grounds of the high school.

“The suspect and victim are both juveniles, therefore, the details that I can provide are very limited,” Davis said.

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The suspect is a Centerville student. The matter is now juvenile court.

School officials said that allegations involving sex crimes are taken seriously and police were notified immediately.

“We cannot go into much detail since the student involved is a juvenile,” said Sarah Swan, community relations specialist for the school district. “There were school consequences for the student, and the police were notified.”

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We are working to learn more about the case and will update this story.

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Destruction at Miami fraternity house caught on camera

Published: Friday, June 22, 2018 @ 6:00 AM

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Police were called June 14 on a report of a burglary at the Kappa Alpha Order house, in the 300 block of East Church Street. 

The report was made by a person in charge of the house during the summer school break, who had been notified by the property management firm that oversees the house.

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Police were shown video of someone entering the house using the proper combination at 2:30 a.m. on June 2. 

Inside surveillance video showed a man walking around and attempting to turn on the television, according to a police report. When it did not come on, he is seen in the video stabbing the TV with the remote control, causing damage to it, according to the report.

Then, at 2:20 a.m. on June 3, another video shows two men enter the house using the front door combination code and then stuffing the kitchen sink drains with paper towels and turning on the water causing water damage to the floor and some to the downstairs area, according to the report.

One of the two is believed to be the same person from the TV incident the previous night, police said.

Police were told a still shot of the man from the first night was sent to Kappa Alpha members and several replied they believe it to be a person expected to return for his senior year this fall, according to the report.

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Kettering officer-involved shooting: Man shot by officer, weapon recovered

Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 9:00 PM
Updated: Friday, June 22, 2018 @ 4:31 AM

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One man was shot and injured in an officer-involved shooting in Dayton Thursday night.

  • Shooting happened at Smithville Rd. and Ewalt Ave. in Dayton
  • Shooting happened after Kettering officer initiated traffic stop
  • Passenger shot, driver in custody

A Kettering police officer tried to pull over a vehicle at Smithville Road and Ewalt Avenue Thursday night. Within one minute, at 8:45 p.m., the officer reported shots fired and an officer needs assistance call was issued to surrounding agencies, according to a release issued late Thursday by the Kettering Police Department.

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“We can confirm a Kettering officer was involved in an officer-involved shooting as a result of this traffic stop. No further details are being released at this time,” Kettering police Lt. Michael Gabrielson stated in the release.

The traffic stop was initiated in Kettering, but the shooting happened in the city of Dayton.

“A passenger fled. There was an altercation about a block down the street and a Kettering officer fired at the suspect, wounding him,” Dayton Assistant Police Chief and Deputy Director Mark Ecton said.

The driver is in custody, he said.

It’s not clear how many shots were fired, nor whether the suspect fired at the officer but a weapon was recovered, Ecton said.

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The Dayton Police Department is investigating the shooting because it happened in the city, and the Kettering Police Department also is conducting its own investigation.

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The man was transported to a local hospital. We’re working to learn more on his condition. The officer was not injured.

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It’s not confirmed whether the incident was connected to a hit-and-run crash nearby.

Nick Kauffman of Kettering said he was on his way to a motorcycle ride when his path was blocked by all the police activity.

“It’s pretty wild. You don’t expect to see this stuff outside your back door,” he said.

There were officers from at least three police forces.

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Retired Troy firefighter, and now a co-defendant, accused in rape case

Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 7:08 PM
Updated: Friday, June 22, 2018 @ 10:50 AM



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UPDATE @ 10:20 a.m. (June 22): A retired Troy firefighter and a co-defendant remain in jail on a rape charge, while the former firefighter's son also remains in jail on a weapons charge. 

Jeffrey Paul Covault, 48, had his bond set at $200,000 cash on a single count of rape. His plea of not guilty was taken this morning. 

Thomas Perkins Jr., 54, identified as a co-defendant in the rape case, had his bond set at $200,000 as well. According to authorities, Perkins worked for Jeffrey Paul Covault's lawn care business. 

Aaron Jacob Covault, 24, had his bond set at $22,000 cash during his court appearance via video in Miami County Municipal Court.

He is detained in the Miami County Jail on charges of weapon possession as a felon (a felony) and weapons possession while intoxicated (a misdemeanor).

Aaron Jacob Covault, left, and Jeffrey Paul Covault

The elder Covault and Perkins are accused of engaging in sexual conduct with an intoxicated 21-year-old woman on March 2, in the parking lot of The Vault, on North County Road 25A, county Prosecutor Tony Kendell said. According to the indictment, the victim was impaired because of a mental or physical condition and the alleged perpetrators had cause of know of that impairment.

Common Pleas Judge Christopher Gee issued a “no contact order” for the elder Covault and Perkins, meaning they are to have no contact with the alleged victim or with each other.

The elder Covault worked as a Troy firefighter/paramedic from May 1996 until he retired April 1, according to city personnel records.

A criminal records check shows he has been convicted for operating a vehicle under the influence in 2011 and for disorderly conduct in 2012.

The father and son were arrested hours apart Thursday from the same home, a residence in the 700 block of County Road 25A, north of Troy.

Aaron Jacob Covault, was arrested at the same address hours after his father was taken into custody. Police said the younger Covault was upset over the arrest of his father and discharged a gun.

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There were no report of injuries.

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