JEFFERSON, Md. (WJZ) — Three former employees of a Frederick County special needs day school and residential treatment center were in court Thursday for a bond review.

Jermaine Thomas, 35, of Frederick, Ariel Eppard, 27, of Hagerstown, and Wesley Dean, 32, of Montgomery Village, face numerous charges for alleged sex crimes with two then-students at The Jefferson School.

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The offenses involved a 17-year-old and 18-year-old female. The investigation is continuing into other allegations.

“There are multiple other allegations involving students, but we are still investigating them,” an official said.

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A judge set bond at $50,000 for Thomas with conditions he surrenders his passports. He has a U.S. and Hungarian passport from his time playing basketball in Europe, officials said.

The judge set bond at $25,000 for Eppard and Dean. All three were ordered to have pre-trial supervision and no contact with victims or each other.

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In a statement to WJZ Wednesday, the school said they immediately placed the trio on leave when the allegations surfaced and later fired all three.

Stetson Miller