Chambers was arrested on Dec. 30 following an investigation by Sgt. Brian R. Pilant of the Jasonville Police Department.
Pilant began looking into a situation when a man contacted him on Dec. 16 about Chambers allegedly having sexual relations with a juvenile under the age of 16.
The officer called Greene County Child Protective Services (CPS) in to assist on the case.
A CPS caseworker interviewed the juvenile, and another younger sibling.
According to a probable cause affidavit prepared by Officer Pilant, the juvenile described to the caseworker an incident when Chambers is alleged to have touched the juvenile in an inappropriate manner.
Chambers also allegedly engaged in an unprotected sex act with the juvenile even though the juvenile kept saying no.
Pilant conducted an interview with Chambers on Dec. 30.
According to the affidavit, Chambers admitted the incident took place, said it was a mistake, and he wished it had not happened. However, Chambers stated the juvenile never did say no.
Pilant acknowledged that Chambers was very cooperative during the investigation and did not cause any problems. Chambers reportedly told the officer he wanted to tell the truth.
Following the arrest, Chambers was booked in to the Greene County Jail where records listed his home address in Jacksonville, Fla.
His bond was set at $10,000 and as of early Friday, he had not posted bond and remained in jail .
During the initial hearing, the court appointed a public defender to represent Chambers and the case was set for trial on May 14.