After months of delay by Carroll County Prosecutor, Tony Rogers, a hearing was held on January 5, 2018. Getting there was quite the battle. Not just in Rogers dragging his feet and stalling but physically.
At the correctional facility Belynda was forced to hurry and “pack up” her property and was rushed around to arrive at the prison sally port. She was shackled and belly chained as the lieutenant asked the Carroll County deputy for the court order for her transfer.
The Carroll County deputy did not have any paperwork and “figured” the prison would “just let her go” and that his BOSS told him to “give it a try”. We cannot even make this up. It is just like Carroll County law enforcement; they believe they can do whatever they want and get away with it.
Belynda was not allowed to leave the prison but was placed in a holding position because the deputy said that he would return that evening. He never showed up. This was January 1, 2018. The transport officer was paid by taxpayers to accomplish nothing but spending the entire day driving the country side on a major holiday.