Man arraigned on unlawful sexual conduct

Woman allegedly drowns cat

By Sam Wildow -



BRADFORD — A Piqua man was picked up on a warrant over the weekend for allegedly having sexual conduct with a minor.

Quentin J.E. Achor, 22, was charged with fourth-degree felony unlawful sexual conduct with a minor at the end of June and a warrant for his arrest was filed. He was picked up over the weekend and arraigned Monday morning.

According to Miami County Municipal Court records, the incident took place at a residence in Bradford in May. The victim was reportedly under the age of 15 at the time of the incident.

Achor reportedly denied meeting with the victim when questioned. A detective also noted that Achor was refusing to cooperate with the investigation.

Achor is currently being held at the Miami County Jail on $10,000 bond. A preliminary hearing for Achor is scheduled for Feb. 7.

Piqua woman allegedly drowns cat

PIQUA — A Piqua woman was reportedly caught throwing her cat into the Great Miami River over the weekend.

Kristi J. Oiler, 51, of Piqua, was charged with fifth-degree felony prohibitions concerning companion animals on Monday. The incident reportedly took place on Saturday night at approximately 9:25 p.m.

According to Miami County Municipal Court records, an officer was patrolling the area around the East Ash Street bridge when he saw a vehicle parked in a restricted parking area near the river. The officer reportedly witnessed Oiler messing with a pet carrier. When the officer asked Oiler what she was doing there, Oiler “stated her cat was dying and she was going to throw it in the river to ends its life,” according to court records.

The officer asked to see the cat, but Oiler had already allegedly thrown the cat into the river. The officer attempted to find the cat in the river but was unable to locate it.

Oiler stated that she was unaware it was against the law to kill her cat in the river, according to court records. Oiler also said that her cat had been sick and she did not want to let the cat be in pain anymore.

The officer advised Oiler that drowning the cat in the river was not humane and that there were other agencies that would assist her with her cat.

Oiler is scheduled to be arraigned on Feb. 15.

Woman allegedly drowns cat

By Sam Wildow

Reach Sam Wildow at or (937) 451-3336

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