By MELINDA WILLIAMS
Another attempt to free Angelia Paige Harrell from jail pending her embezzlement trial later this summer failed Friday.
A Pulaski County judge denied a motion to place the former Pulaski County High School cheerleading coach and student counselor on home electronic monitoring (HEM), citing a lack of jurisdiction to do so.
Circuit Court Judge Marcus Long Jr. revoked Harrell’s bond April 25 after she was charged in Prince William County April 13 with felony shoplifting. That decision can be appealed to Virginia Court of Appeals and the judge isn’t willing to tell New River Valley Regional Jail to alter its HEM policies if Harrell does not meet the qualifications.
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