CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A leader at Cincinnati Christian University is facing sex charges after he was busted over the weekend at Mount Airy Forest.
The Cincinnati Vice squad set up a sex sting in Mount Airy Forest, and a man they caught has a high profile job at Cincinnati Christian University.
Chief Financial Officer Robert Williams faces a judge on Monday morning. If found guilty on sexual imposition charges, he faces up to two months in jail.
Williams was arrested early Saturday morning.
Police reports show he entered the car of an undercover officer and grabbed him in a sexual manner.
Cincinnati Christian has released a statement about Williams' arrest, saying that they are, "shocked and dismayed by the news of Williams' arrest."
David Faust, president of CCU went on to say, "It is a personal tragedy for him and we lift them up in our prayers."