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Bagley Waives Extradition Hearing
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Bagley Waives Extradition Hearing

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BURLEY • Tara Leigh Bagley, the Burley High School vice principal accused of sexual abuse of two minors, waived her right to extradition proceedings Thursday in a Utah court.

Bagley, 41, will be returned to Cassia County via a prisoner shuttle service. Her bond is set at $250,000.

Cassia County Sheriff’s Lt. Kevin Horak told the Times-News in a previous interview that the shuttle moves prisoners from county to county and has an unpredictable timeline.

The Cassia County 5th District court case outlining the basis of the felony charges will remain sealed until Bagley is returned to the county.

When a person waives extradition, they give up the right to the procedure which can include an identity hearing to prove if they are the person named in an arrest warrant.

Bagley was arrested Friday near St. George, Utah, on seven felony charges of sexual abuse of a child 16-17 years old.

The charges stem from Bagley’s alleged sexual conduct with two female victims from July 2011 to December 2012. The incidents did not occur on school property.



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