See Teacher Get Handcuffed After Criticizing School Superintendent's Raise

See Teacher Get Handcuffed After Criticizing School Superintendent's Raise

See Teacher Get Handcuffed After Criticizing School Superintendent's Raise

Arrest records indicate that Hargrave was booked into the city jail for "remaining after being forbidden" and "resisting an officer," reported KATC, which added that the cooperation of the school system was not required for an arrest and the officer could apprehend her on his complaint. A teacher's union lawyer is investigating, and while teachers were at work Tuesday, a School Board member says there is talk of a strike.

According to local news station KATC, Deyshia Hargrave, an English language arts teacher at Rene Rost Middle Schools, asked a couple of questions - which board officials answered - during the public-comment only portion of the meeting.

So when Hargrave was called on a second time, a city marshal stepped in and escorted her to the hallway. The marshal asks the teacher to "stop resisting" and escorts her from the building.

After the board approved the raise, Hargrave was again recognized by the board and voiced her frustrations.

The Abbeville town marshal's office, which made the arrest, the superintendent's office and the school board president all declined further comment on the incident.

From there, she was forced to the ground and handcuffed.

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Hargrave reportedly told district Superintendent Jerome Puyau that it was a "slap in the face" that he was receiving a raise.

As Puyau began to to directly address Hargrave, the city marshal officer asked her to leave. She was later released on bond.

Ms Hargrave told the board: "you're making our job more difficult" by not addressing valid pay concerns.

School board member Laurie Leblanc did speak out for Ms Hargrave after the incident, saying: "what happened here tonight, the way that females are treated in Vermillion Parrish.I have never seen a man removed from this room".

Hargrave bonded out of jail, The Associated Press reported.

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