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Revocation of Harrell’s bond sought

By MELINDA WILLIAMS

melinda@southwesttimes.com

 

If the prosecution has its way, the bond of a former cheerleading coach charged with embezzlement will be awaiting trial in jail.

Special prosecutor Erin DeHart, commonwealth’s attorney for Bland County, requested Monday that Angelia Paige Harrell be returned to Pulaski County Circuit Court to “show cause” why bond should not be revoked.

DeHart said the reason for her request is that Harrell has a felony shoplifting charge pending in Arlington County Circuit Court. According to online court records, Harrell was arrested for the alleged theft of $200 or more worth of property Jan. 10. The theft is alleged to have occurred on the same day as her arrest and Harrell apparently was indicted in Arlington County March 19.

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16 Responses to Revocation of Harrell’s bond sought

  1. Sharon

    March 26, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    Where are the comments from her school friends? HA! Guess they haven’t had time to respond yet. Wonder if they’ll still defend her and the school for letting her get away with stealing $$ for years. Many of us know the school defends their own.

  2. PCHS Alumni

    March 27, 2014 at 8:43 am

    I have no respect for her whatsoever! Don’t feel sorry for her in the least bit. I say she should have been in jail long ago. Her high society wanna be family and friends think otherwise. But I always say….. if your big enough to do the crime. Then you are big enough to do the time. She definitely needs to pull time. Enough is enough.

  3. rebel girl

    March 28, 2014 at 1:49 am

    Ned
    That is not always true! People can change. Im not taking up for her she should get punished for what she has done. I just don’t agree with once a crook always a crook.

  4. Just sayin!

    March 28, 2014 at 10:17 am

    It’s sad when someone does these kind of crimes that people have to be so cruel to the family. I know this family an they are good people. They can’t help what she did or did not do. Sometimes families are at a loss for the reason why also!

    • Sharon

      March 28, 2014 at 12:33 pm

      Not only does she have these embezzlement and theft charges, she was also a terrible employee at PCHS and shame on the school for letting her get by with it for years. She was a guidance teacher hired to help students with scholarships and their future and many have voiced how miserably she failed with that task! I’m sure her family is disappointed.

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