Patrick County Circuit Court Clerk Sherri Hazelwood was charged by authorities in Rocky Mount on Wednesday in connection with an incident at the Baymont Inn.
Hazlewood, who also is facing charges in Patrick County, was charged with drunk in public around 10 a.m. on Dec. 14, according to Sgt. M. Huston, who is the public information officer with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the call log, Huston said the 911 caller said a woman at the Baymont Inn was “caught earlier trying to take Christmas decorations and a tablet, and then was walking down the hall kicking doors to other rooms” in the hotel.
Since the records indicated the arrest was by authorities in Rocky Mount, other details could not be obtained late Wednesday afternoon.
Hazlewood, 54, of Claudville, was charged in late November on charges of breaking and entering and destruction of property, according to Patrick County Sheriff Dan Smith.
She was released on bond on Monday, Dec. 12, Smith said, and added he does not know whether her bond may be revoked.
That decision will be left to the Carroll County Commonwealth’s Attorney, who is prosecuting the case, the sheriff said.
Hazlewood also was charged on Tuesday, Nov. 1 with one count each possess a controlled substance, and appear in public in an intoxicated condition in connection with an alleged incident in Bland County, according to a criminal complaint.
She remains in her elected position as clerk, and is being paid $116,831, according to records in the county administration office.
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