Mt. Juliet high school teacher & coach indicted on 2 counts of aggravated statutory rape

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30-year-old Timothy Williams was indicted December 2nd on two counts of statutory rape. Williams was a Mt. Juliet teacher and coach for both track and football. The incident happened in June and the victim was a 16-year-old student.

On December 2nd, an indictment was filed with the Davidson County Court Clerk against now-former Mt. Juliet teacher and coach Timothy Williams. The indictment states that on, about or between June 19th and 20th the man engaged in the sexual penetration of a minor at least 13-years of age but less than 18-years of age. It also notes that Williams is at least 10 years older than the juvenile.

A press release issued on December 3rd revealed that Williams had been a history teacher at Mt. Juliet High School as well as the football and track coach. The aggravated statutory rape charges stem from a June incident at his Nashville home with a 16-year-old female student. Williams had communicated with the girl via Instagram and Mt. Juliet’s license plate camera program helped corroborate the victim’s story.

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Timothy Williams (MNPD)
Timothy Williams (MNPD)

Detective Edward Conrads with the Metro Nashville Police Department’s Youth Services is asking anyone with information about Williams to contact him at 615-862-7417. Timothy Williams was employed long-term with the high school and there is some concern that there may be additional victims. Williams also has open cases for possession and paraphernalia charges from a September arrest.

On December 3rd, Timothy Williams was arrested and charged with 2 counts of aggravated statutory rape. He was released on a $50,000 bond.

Williams, Timothy5981032414 Grove St
Nashville, TN 37207
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  1. DDDDDuane

    Doesn’t EVERYONE get horny?

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