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Ken Countryman, the attorney of Hamilton High School football player Nathaniel Thomas, 17, was joined by the teen's family and friends after the Thomas was granted a bond by a Maricopa County Superior Court judge Wednesday afternoon.

Nathaniel William Thomas, 17, arrested on criminal charges in connection with an assault investigation at Chandler Hamilton High School, was released on bond from a Maricopa County jail on April 6, 2017.

All of these are preferred to actually having to pause “Suburra” on Netflix and answer the door.

NEIL and Christine Hamilton said yesterday that it would have been impossible for them to have taken part in the alleged rape of a young mother and quipped that only a helicopter could have got them there in time.

Put simply, people trying to sell you stuff won’t be allowed to knock on your door if you sign up at Hamilton NJ.com/No Knock. (Thankfully, we don’t elect judges, so don’t expect any long flowing robes standing on your front porch.) (Unless they’re Buddhist monks, because religious exception.) Fundraising types: This means you still might get pestered by cute little girls selling delicious cookies. Although, I will say this: A few weeks back I had a portable basketball hoop system delivered. He said that was his first thought, but he wanted to get something my whole family would enjoy.

Logan Newman/Initial court appearance of Nathaniel William Thomas, 17, who was charged with several felony counts in a case which began with allegations of hazing at Hamilton High School in Chandler.

Maricopa County Superior Court Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery on Wednesday reiterated pleas for any additional victims in the sexual-assault case at Hamilton High School to come forward.

Montgomery made the request at a news conference Wednesday, the day after he held a meeting in Chandler to make the same plea.

He offered no timeline on possible charges against three Chandler Unified School District officials, saying he doesn't want to miss anything by charging prematurely."Any charging decision we would make would affect a smaller universe of victims than the investigation leads me to believe exists," Montgomery said.