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.
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, Timothy||598103||2414 Grove St|
Nashville, TN 37207
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