HORATIO, Ark. -- A former school administrator accused of an inappropriate relationship with a student has been found fit to stand trial, according to court records.
Labrada Vann, 41, is scheduled for a pretrial hearing April 27 and a jury trial May 3 at Sevier County Courthouse.
Vann was arrested in April 2022 on a felony count of first-degree sexual assault involving a student. At the time, she was vice principal of Horatio High School.
She has pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The Sevier County Sheriff's Office was contacted by the Arkansas Crimes Against Children Hotline in April 2022 in reference to a possible inappropriate relationship between Vann and a student. The Sheriff's Office then began an investigation into the allegations, and an arrest warrant was issued for Vann.
Vann posted a $100,000 bond following her arraignment later that month. She is represented by attorney Charles Friday of Texarkana.
If convicted of first-degree sexual assault, Vann faces a prison sentence of six to 30 years.