A freaky incident at a school board meeting in Louisiana Monday night after a teacher is removed from the meeting in handcuffs.
The teacher was called upon a second time for comment and, after posing another question, the unidentified Abbeville city marshal on duty grabbed Hargrave and removed her from the meeting.
"Hold on, I am way smaller than you", the woman then said to the marshal as he shoved her toward an exit.
Her issue was the superintendent's new contract. According to KATC, at least one school board member ruled her "out of order" at one point during the discussion.
Noting that class sizes had grown, Hargrave told the Vermillion Parish School Board that it was "unspeakable" and "absurd" that the superintendent was getting a raise "when teachers are working this hard, and not even getting a dime". Handcuffs were later placed on Hargrave as she was removed from the building. She bonded out that night. "Sir, hang tight, I am path littler than you".
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Following the freaky - and violent - arrest, Vermilion Parish School Board Superintendent Jerome Puyau told the local news outlet the district won't press charges against Hargrave.
The National Education Association reported that Louisiana saw the largest decrease in average public school teacher salary between 2014 and 2015, with the average salary for the 2015-2016 school year coming out to approximately $47,000. She is heard reacting: "I am not - you just pushed me to the floor".
An hour after the meeting was over, Puyau said no charges will be filed against Hargrave.
It's misty if the marshal got orders from board individuals or in the event that he was following up on his own.
While she was being recognized by the superintendent, an Abbeville city marshal approached her and asked her to leave. During the public comment portion of the meeting, Hargrave was called on to speak twice.