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FIRST ON 3: Adults charged in Ooltewah rape case officially booked in Hamilton Co. Jail

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Andre Montgomery Andre Montgomery
Jesse Nayadley Jesse Nayadley
Karl Williams Karl Williams

UPDATE: The Ooltewah High School Athletic Director and coaches turned themselves into Hamilton County Sherrif's Office Thursday afternoon.

The three were ordered to report to the jail after they were charged with failing to report the sexual assault of an Ooltewah High School basketball player in December or 2015.

Booked were Athletic Director Jesse Nayadley, Basketball Coach Andre Montgomery and Assistant Coach Karl Williams.

PREVIOUS STORY: The three adults charged in the Ooltewah assault case showed up to be booked at the Hamilton County Jail Tuesday.

Basketball Coach Andre Montgomery, Assistant Coach Karl Williams and Athletic Director Jesse Nayadley are all charged with failing to report child abuse.
While at the jail, all three were given their criminal court summons. The summons says they must be booked into jail on or before March 16th. That order comes from Juvenile Court Judge Rob Philyaw in response to the February 15th court hearing where their charges were bound over to grand jury.

However, Channel 3 was told when they were taken to booking the officer there said they did not need to be booked and they left.
But, by law, they must report back to the jail to be booked before next week.

The three adults face charges for not properly reporting the December assault, which sent a freshman basketball player to the University of Tennessee Medical Center.

The first hearing for the three juvenile suspects in the Ooltewah player rape case has been scheduled for March 15 in Sevier County.

The hearing comes nearly three months after the assault in Gatlinburg that sent a player to the hospital, after being sodomized with a pool cue.

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