A Vermilion Parish middle school teacher was removed from a special school board meeting on Monday night in handcuffs, according to a report.
During a public comment period of a school board meeting, middle school language arts teacher Deyshia Hargrave was recognized, and explained, "For a superintendent or any person in a position of leadership getting any type of raise, I feel like it's a slap in the face for teachers, cafeteria workers and any other support staff we have".
Board President Anthony Fontana ruled Hargrave "out of order" during the meeting, but it was not clear whether the city marshal was asked by the board to remove Hargrave, according to KATC.
Despite reports from KATC that Puyau told media that the school board would not file charges against Hargrave, the teacher was booked on charges of remaining while forbidden and resisting an officer.
Ms Hargrave appeared to leave the meeting willingly after the officer approached her and asked her to do so, but in the hallway video showed that she was on the ground being handcuffed and asking "what are you doing?" repeatedly. He told her to "stop resisting", to which she replied, "I am not, you just pushed me to the floor".
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.
She is now out on bond.
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Ms Hargrave told the board: "you're making our job more difficult" by not addressing valid pay concerns.
Hargrave was questioning why the superintendent would get a raise while teachers haven't seen a bump in pay in years, according to the news station. After being called on a second time, a city marshal stepped in.
Hargrave added that the raise was unwarranted, saying teachers and students have met their performance targets while class sizes have grown.
A KATC reporter then recorded the marshal putting Hargrave into handcuffs and escorting her from the building.
The teacher was still jailed and later released on bond.
The 74 was unable to reach the marshal's office or the school district Tuesday morning.