Teacher’s detain prompts flurry of hatred mail – to wrong town

VERMILION, Ohio — An Ohio police dialect receiving angry emails and Facebook messages about the controversial detain of a teacher is asking the senders to stop for one pivotal reason: It actually happened in a likewise named village in Louisiana. Police in Vermilion, Ohio, have perceived infrequently scurrilous messages this week reacting to the Monday detain in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana.

The Ohio dialect forked out that fact on its Facebook page with a plea: “Please stop promulgation us your hatred mail.” 

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The Ohio agency’s chief, Christopher Hartung, told reporters he has messaged some particular commenters to explain that they’re targeting the wrong place, and some have been apologetic.

The commenters were reacting to the video-recorded arrest of middle-school English teacher Deyshia Hargrave after she questioned the superintendent’s income at the bishopric school house meeting.

In dramatic video posted by KATC-TV, the teacher yells at the officer that he’d just pushed her to the ground. The officer orders her to “stop resisting.” 

A city organise on avocation at the assembly approached her as she continued to pronounce and destined her to leave the room. She was then apprehended in the hallway. 

The teacher was booked into jail, but she will not be prosecuted. 

Vermilion Parish Superintendent Jerome Puyau told CBS News’ David Begnaud there are things he wishes he did differently at the house meeting. He vows the district will learn from this incident, but says the recoil has taken a fee on him and his family.  

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