Public learns of Calhoun prom assault
June 5, 2014 at 1:00 a.m.
| Updated January 6, 2015 at 12:48 a.m.
Three charged in sexual battery
Gilmer County Sheriff Stacy Nicholson stands before reporters at a Wednesday afternoon news conference in Ellijay, Ga., where he announced the arrest of three men charged with sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery after an alleged incident at an after-prom party for Calhoun High School students.
Three charged with sexual battery
Gilmer County Sheriff Stacy Nicholson speaks at a news conference about the arrest of three men on sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery charges following an incident after the Calhoun High School prom. Standing with him are detectives Kirk Champion and Scott Camp.
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Students await graduation at Calhoun High School on May 23, 2014, in Calhoun, Ga. Blue ribbons were worn in support of one Calhoun senior who was allegedly raped by three of her classmates.
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Avery Johnson, Andrew Haynes and Fields Chapman, from left, appear before Gilmer County Superior Court Judge Amanda H. Mercier on October 23, 2014 in a sexual battery case from a Calhoun High School post prom party earlier this year.
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Avery Johnson, Fields Chapman, and Andrew Haynes, from left, converse during a break while in Gilmer County Superior Court Judge Amanda H. Mercier's courtroom on Thursday. The three are defendants in a sexual battery case from a Calhoun High School post prom party earlier this year.
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Prom party spurs rape investigation
Superior Court Judge Amanda H. Mercier listens as Anthony Rhett Harper testifies in Gilmer County Court In the sexual battery case from a party after Calhoun High School's prom last year. On July 7, a Gilmer County grand jury indicted 18-year-old Andrew Isaac Haynes on a count of sodomy, apparently based on evidence that Haynes performed oral sex against the will of a female student during a post-prom party. The grand jury also indicted 18-year-olds Fields Benjamin Chapman and Damon Avery Johnson on other charges in the case.
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