He said the agency wrongly terminated unemployment benefits he was receiving from his job as a substitute teacher for Kanawha County Schools, which he has done since 2006.
"I, like a lot of teachers that work a second job during the summer, filed unemployment. When I moved to the Myrtle Beach area in March I sent the school district a letter saying I moved," he said, noting the agency never contacted him prior to his benefits being taken away.
Hallburn says he appealed the decision dismissing his benefits and that a judge ruled they could be reinstated.
He was granted a $3,000 personal recognizance bond.
This isn't the first time Hallburn has been accused of making harassing calls.
In 2007, Hallburn was found not guilty in Putnam County Magistrate Court on charges he harassed a Walmart construction site superintendent by phone. At the time, the Hurricane Walmart was being built near his former home.
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