Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Kaplan teacher arrested, escorted out of meeting in handcuffs

Kaplan teacher arrested, escorted out of meeting in handcuffs

"I am not, you just pushed me to the floor!"

"This is a slap in the face to all the teachers, cafeteria workers or any other support staff", said Rene Rost teacher Deyshia Hagrave who stood up in the audience and made a comment after the board awarded Puyau a new contract with a raise. "We work very hard, with very little, to maintain the salaries we have".

A member of the school board interrupts her, saying that her question was not related to the evening's agenda. Superintendent Jerome Puyau, who is the beneficiary of the $38,000 raise, told local reporters that the school board was not pressing charges against Hargrave. "Sir, hang tight, I am path littler than you". Board President Anthony Fontana ruled that she was out of order and warned her that she could not ask questions during that portion of the meeting. Something occurred in the hall, and five-foot tall Hargrave fell to her knees and Reggie put the handcuffs on her, then arrested her in the hall as the meeting continued.

As the security guard pulls her down the hallway toward the exit, she continues to scream.

Following the weird - and violent - arrest, Vermilion Parish School Board Superintendent Jerome Puyau told the local news outlet the district won't press charges against Hargrave.

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The superintendent said that the board would not press charges against Hargrave, but records showed that she was booked in jail, KATC reported.

Hargrave was placed in handcuffs before she was escorted from the building.

In any case, Hargrave was set up for the city imprison for "staying in the wake of being prohibited" and opposing an officer, KATC-TV revealed Tuesday.

It remains unclear whether the marshal was acting on his own accord or on orders of the board members, according to KATC. The Abbeville Marshals Office have not returned phone calls seeking comment.

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