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Woman charged for hiding Sprague
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A woman who harbored a wanted man has been bound to the grand jury for making a false report.
The woman, Liza D. Herriman, 34, was bound to the grand jury by General Sessions Judge Bill Locke after waiving her right to preliminary hearing on charges of making a false report and passing a worthless check for $10.
Her false report charge comes after police arrived at her residence looking for a man named Norman Sprague.
“I knew there was an outstanding warrant on Mr. Sprague and his vehicle was parked at the residence,” said Police Sgt. Ben Cantrell.
When asked if Sprague was inside her Greggview Drive home, Herriman not only denied seeing Sprague, but further claimed she did not even know him.
Not believing her claim, officers were granted permission to search the house. Sprague was found hiding in the basement.