Former coach charged with rape indicted on contempt charge
Posted at: 06/19/2012 7:23 PM
A former Gates-Chili boys' basketball coach, accused of having sex with a student, has been indicted on charges that he violated an order of protection.
A Monroe County Grand Jury indicted Monte Nowden on charges of second-degree criminal contempt.
Monte Nowden was first arrested and charged with rape in February. Police say Nowden had sex with a 16-year-old female student at the Tinseltown Movie Theater in Gates.
Then, in May, Nowden was arrested again, after police say they spotted him with the alleged victim in his SUV.
Police say that incident violated a no contact order that was put in place after Nowden's February arrest. He was charged with criminal contempt- the charge that he has now been indicted on.
Nowden was indicted by a Monroe County Grand Jury in March on the rape charges. He is charged with two counts of rape and one count of criminal sex act in that case.