See teacher handcuffed after protesting superintendent's raise

Middle School Teacher Handcuffed Arrested at School Board Meeting

Abbeville Police Dept

The Vermilion Parish teacher who made national headlines after she was handcuffed, removed from a school board meeting and booked into jail for asking questions about a big raise for the superintendent will not face criminal charges, according to KATC.

Hargrave, a middle school language arts teacher, spoke prior to the school board's vote on a new and questioned the school board's decision to consider a $38,000 raise for Superintendent Jerome Puyau. Shortly after being escorted out of the meeting, Hargrave was handcuffed by an Abbeville city marshal.

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

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The board member said what was on the agenda was the superintendent's new contract and members of the audience answer back, "with a raise".

"I have a serious issue with a superintendent or any person of leadership getting any type of raise", Hargrave said. The board does not plan to press charges against the teacher. She bonded out that night. He told her to "stop resisting", to which she replied, "I am not, you just pushed me to the floor".

Reggie replied, "You are going to leave, or I am going to remove you", while putting his hand on his handcuffs.

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The instructor was called upon a moment time for input and, in the wake of offering another conversation starter, the unidentified Abbeville city agent marshal on obligation snatched Hargrave and expelled her from the gathering.

It's unclear if the marshal received orders from board members or if he was acting on his own.

As indicated by KATC-TV, Hargrave tended to the school board amid people in general remarks segment of the gathering concentrated on educator compensations and increases in salary.

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Teacher Deyshia Hargrave spoke up during public comment and said, "You're making our jobs more hard". The Abbeville Marshals Office have not returned phone calls seeking comment.

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