Crowd forced to leave Fannin County court for wearing same color

By: News 12 Staff
By: News 12 Staff

FANNIN COUNTY, TX -- Over a hundred people were forced to leave a Fannin County courtroom Friday morning to change their clothes

District Attorney Richard Glaser says they all showed up wearing blue to show support at a hearing for Adriane Connerley.

Connerley one of the former Bonham teachers charged with abusing a special needs child.

It's a court rule that large groups of people cannot wear the same color to show support or affiliation.

Connerley was in court requesting the terms of her bond be changed so that she may see her three children.

Judge Laurie Blake granted supervised visits.

Connerley and Brent Johnson both face two felony charges of injury to a child and unlawful restraint.

The trial is set to begin February 24th.


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