Three adults involved in Ooltewah rape case each face different outcome

Ooltewah High School assistant basketball coach assistant coach Karl Williams, head coach Andre "Tank" Montgomery and Athletic Director Allard "Jesse" Nayadley during (front to back) appear before Judge Robert Philyaw during a preliminary in Hamilton County Juvenile Court on February 25, 2016. Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston charged the three with failing to report child abuse or suspected child sexual abuse in connection with the rape of an Ooltewah High School freshman by his basketball teammates Dec. 22, 2015.

Each of the three adults charged in connection with the rape of an Ooltewah High School freshman is facing a different outcome.

The last of the charges pending before a Hamilton County grand jury were dropped Wednesday after Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston dismissed charges facing Karl Williams, a volunteer-assistant basketball coach at Ooltewah High School.

Williams was charged in January along with Ooltewah High School's head basketball coach, Andre "Tank" Montgomery, and Athletic Director Allard "Jesse" Nayadley for failing to report child sexual abuse or suspected child sexual abuse.

The order of dismissal in Williams' case filed in Hamilton County Criminal Court on Wednesday says the failure-to-report charge was dismissed because he "was not provided any training regarding the mandatory reporting law."