Library meeting leads to formal charges

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If you thought a library board meeting would be quieter than a Jerry Springer episode, you’d be wrong.

One attendee, who had just spoken during the public comment period, was ordered removed from the meeting room by Board President Laura Alerding for what she described as disruptions.

This attendee was Adam Crouch, 48, of Franklin. 

He is now facing a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct, after being formally charged by a HamCo prosecutor on August 3rd.

If he’s found guilty, Crouch could face up to one hundred and eighty days in jail and a fine of up to one thousand dollars. 

This story was first reported by Leila Kheiry at Current Publishing.

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