Arrest Warrant Rescinded For Gravette Teacher Accused Of Sexual Assault

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GRAVETTE (KFSM) — An arrest warrant was rescinded on Wednesday afternoon (Dec. 9) for a Gravette High School teacher accused of sexual assault, according to online court records.

The request that the order be canceled was granted by Circuit Judge Brad Karren, records state.

Harry Almond, 56, didn’t show up for his arraignment Tuesday (Dec. 8), so a warrant was issued for failure to appear, according to the circuit clerks’ office.

Almond was arrest Oct. 27 on suspicion of second-degree sexual assault after inappropriately touching a student he asked to his home to help him pack, according to the Bentonville Police Department.

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  • Fran Shaw McKean

    The bench warrant for arrest of Harry Almond was a mistake and was rescinded after a couple of hours. Why do you consider this a story? Why did you not mention that the “no-show” was a mistake on the part of the court? This man is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. As of yesterday [12/14] he has not even been charged. Do you have any idea what your erroneous and slanted reporting does to a person? To that person’s family? Shall we assume that all your “stories” are as poorly done as this one?

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