A chaotic scene broke out at a Louisiana school board meeting after a teacher was arrested, apparently for questioning why the board's superintendent was being given a $38,000 pay raise.
"A superintendent or any person in leadership getting any type of raise-I feel like it's a slap in the face for the teachers, the cafeteria workers or any other support staff we have".
Deyshia Hargrave, a middle school teacher in the Vermilion Parish school system, was videotaped being escorted out of a room and then wrestled into handcuffs by a city marshal on January 8. "Due to the location of her arrest and the arresting agency's jurisdiction, which includes the city limits of Abbeville, she was booked in and bonded from the local police department".
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". "We work very hard with very little to maintain the salaries that we have".
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KATC obtained the video showing her being recognized by the board, then calmly explain her concerns.
After the board approved the raise, Hargrave was again recognized by the board and voiced her frustrations.
"Stop resisting", the marshal said to Hargrave in cellphone footage aired by KATC.
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Following the freakish - and violent - arrest, Vermilion Parish School Board Superintendent Jerome Puyau told the local news outlet the district won't press charges against Hargrave.
It is unclear if the marshal was acting on his own accord or on the orders of board members.
Abbeville city attorney Ike Funderburk told the Lafayette ABC affiliate that he would not approve any charges against Deyshia Hargrave. The Abbeville Marshals Office have not returned phone calls seeking comment.
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