PIEDMONT — Piedmont Police Chief Freddie Norton confirmed Tuesday evening that a 19-year-old and two juveniles who are current Piedmont High School football players have been charged with third-degree assault after an incident happened to a teammate last year.
Bryson Gregg Ingram was booked in at the Calhoun County Detention Center on Monday charged with Assault 3rd Degree and was later released after posting a $3000 bond
According to Norton, the incident occurred in the Piedmont High School locker room, where the three who are charged forced a key into the victim’s anal region.
Calhoun County District Attorney Brian McVeigh said a grand jury will consider whether anyone will be charged with additional crimes, including sex crimes related to the incident.
When contacted by WEIS Radio, Piedmont football coach Steve Smith deferred comment to Piedmont High School Principal Adam Clemons. At this time we have been unable to reach school officials for further comment.
This is a developing story, so stay tuned to WEIS Radio for further updates.