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Supervisor Rod Woullard’s Supervisor Salary Garnished For Failure to Pay Bankruptcy Court.

Forrest County Supervisor Rod Woullard

Beat Four Forrest County Supervisor Rod Woullard has found himself in the HPNM headlines once again. Woullard filed for bankruptcy back in 2018, but according to court record’s, did not make the required payments to the court. By August 27th, 2021, Woullard had accumulated over $38,592.02 in past due payments. The Trustee in the bankruptcy proceedings agreed to a modification of of payments from $6,999 per month over 60 months to $4230 over 84 months. The court subsequently garnished Woullard’s Forrest County Supervisor pay.  According to court records, Woullard’s garnishment has not been lifted.

According to the order:

(1) The term of the Debtor’s Chapter 13 Plan as confirmed [Dkt. #63] (the “Plan”) is 60 months. Including the 90-day suspension previously approved by the Court
[Dkt. #90], the Plan is presently scheduled to end on March
27, 2023.

(2) The amount of the monthly Plan payments is presently $6,999.00, with the next payment due on August 27, 2021.

(3) As of August 27, 2021, Plan payments are delinquent in the amount of $38,549.02.

(4) Good cause exists for the relief granted in this Agreed Order.


(A) The term of the Plan is hereby extended from 60 months to 84 months. By such extension, the Plan will now end on March 27, 2025.

(B) The amount of the monthly Plan payments is hereby decreased from $6,999.00 to $4,230.00, effective with the August 27, 2021 payment.

(C) Notwithstanding such extension, the secured claims of BancorpSouth will continue to be paid on the same schedule and terms as existed prior to the entry of this Agreed Order; payments on BancorpSouth’s secured claims shall neither be decreased nor extended by this Agreed Order.


When a person is elected to office, they must be bonded, Bonding is priced, in part, according to the officials credit rating. Below are the related court documents used in this article.

Order of Garnishment

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