Trial date reset for former Neches ISD principal facing criminal charges

Neches ISD administrator Kimberlyn Snider during a former court appearance.
Neches ISD administrator Kimberlyn Snider during a former court appearance.(KLTV)
Published: Aug. 5, 2022 at 3:03 PM CDT
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PALESTINE, Texas (KLTV) - The trial of a former Neches ISD principal has been delayed again due to a COVID-19 infection.

A representative for the Anderson County District Court indicated Kimberlyn Ann Snider’s trial date would be postponed given that one of the necessary parties has COVID-19.

Snider is a Neches ISD administrator and former elementary school principal. She is facing charges of official oppression and tampering with evidence related to a sexual assault of a child investigation.

A traveling judge had previously set an Aug. 8 trial date for Snider, who was arrested on the charges in Feb. 2021.

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