Montgomery made the request at a news conference Wednesday, the day after he held a meeting in Chandler to make the same plea.
Instead, they opted to investigate matters themselves, police said.
Investigators said that multiple members of the football team committed multiple physical and sexual assaults in the locker room between fall 2015 and January 2017 on freshman players who were new to the varsity team.
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.
He added that he had also produced information from credit card companies that showed the times the Hamiltons were in Waitrose, Marks and Spencer and Snappy Snaps on the day.
"So unless they were helicoptered out, it seems impossible for them to have actually taken part in this incident," he said.
There’s a few other groups of people I’d like to see banned from my doorstep. Annoying neighbors: Is there anything worse than a neighbor ringing your doorbell? To show his appreciation, he sent me and my family the aforementioned 43 pounds of fruit.
No solicitors allowed to knock, but religious, political, and fundraising people are allowed Doesn’t go far enough, you ask me. Since my car had previous body damage I never planned on fixing, I told him not to worry about it.
Long story short: My car had body damage due to someone in his family hitting my car.
A few weeks back, I got delivered one of these by a buddy of mine.
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.