Clark County Middle School Teacher Resigns Following Arrest

Clark County Middle School Teacher Resigns Following Arrest

Clark County Middle School Teacher Resigns Following Arrest

A Clark County R-1 Middle School teacher and coach has resigned following his arrest on misdemeanor charges.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office reported the arrest of Adam Hardin, age 30 of Kahoka, MO on April
25, 2011 at 1851. He was charged with 1st
degree trespassing a misdemeanor and theft of less than $500 also a
misdemeanor.

Two juveniles from Clark County with Mr. Hardin at the time
of the arrest were turned over to
juvenile authorities.

Hardin was summoned and released with a future court
date.

“In light of Mr. Hardin’s arrest, he was placed on
administrative leave,” said Clark County Middle School Principal Jason
Church. “Subsequently, Mr. Hardin tendered his resignation to focus on
personal issues.”

Editor’s Note:  Hardin’s hair color is the result of him honoring a bet with the girls’ track team that he would dye his hair if they won their meet.

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