Three Clyde-Savannah teenagers, accused of sexually assaulting a fellow student in a locker room, are scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday. This incident reportedly occurred before a football practice session in October. The case has garnered significant attention due to the serious nature of the allegations.
The judge handling the case has transferred it to Youth Part Court, a decision that makes the details of the case public. This move underscores the severity of the charges, as the court deemed the actions of the teens particularly egregious.
Additionally, a fourth teenager, involved in the same incident and facing charges of unlawful surveillance, has been directed to appear in Family Court. The separation of cases indicates differing legal approaches to the individuals involved, reflecting the complexity of them.
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