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School secretary, son arraigned
LOUISA — A former secretary of Trinity Christian Academy and her son were arraigned Tuesday in Lawrence County Circuit Court on theft and forgery charges.

Catherine Clay and her son, Steven Clay, both pleaded not guilty when they appeared in front of Judge John "Kevin" Holbrook.

Steven Clay was arrested at his home May 1 and charged with 20 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument but was indicted on only seven counts.

Catherine Clay was later arrested and charged with 23 counts of felony theft by unlawful taking in excess of $300 and seven other counts of theft by unlawful taking of less than $300.

Both allegedly wrote checks on an account that belonged to the christian school.

A pre-trial conference will be held Oct. 10 in Lawrence County.

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