On Tuesday May 8, 2018, police were called to the 1900 block of Stanford Road on the report of an alleged sexual assault. A female in her late teens contacted Police about an incident, which had just occurred in the area of the Miller Park Library. The female reported a male had “followed her home from the library” and “sexually assaulted” her. Investigators completed an investigation, which included interviewing all parties, reviewing video evidence, & collecting physical evidence. After a thorough review, it was determined no crime had been committed. Investigators then contacted the Franklin County Prosecutors office, who agreed with the conclusion made by investigators. As a matter of practice, the Police Division goes to great lengths to keep the public informed of incidents that may be a safety concern for the community. The division has a long history of transparency with the community. In difficult and sensitive cases like these, it would have been irresponsible for anyone to comment before all of the facts were gathered and reviewed. Our reluctance to comment on the details of this case was done in an effort to protect the privacy of both the caller and the person accused. If the facts in this case had pointed to an immediate threat to the community or if a suspect needed to be identified, the division would have leveraged social and network media to ensure information was communicated.