One of two recent high profile patronizing prostitution charges was dismissed Wednesday morning after former Franklin Road Academy football coach David Pack completed coursework and paid a fee.
According to a spokeswoman for the Davidson County district attorney’s office, Pack took part in an eight-hour patronizing prostitution class during a Saturday and paid a $350 fee, which in part goes toward HIV and STD tests.
First-time offenders, who don't have previous criminal history, are eligible to have their cases dismissed after meeting those requirements, DA spokeswoman Susan Niland said.
Pack, a longtime coach and administrator at several local private schools, and Brady Banks, a Metro councilman, were both charged in patronizing prostitution stings within a week. They both allegedly agreed to meet an undercover Metro Nashville Police Department officer for sex by responding to an ad posted on Backpage.com.
Pack resigned from his position at FRA a day after his arrest.
Banks also resigned from his job as outreach director of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Books from Birth foundation. Banks did, however, make a brief appearance at Tuesday night's council meeting.