ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — A Wiregrass woman is being charged with perjury in regard to her testimony from an Aniah’s Law hearing.

Earlier this summer, Coffee County’s District Attorney charged Viola West with perjury in regard to a case in July after a confrontation between two men at a home in Enterprise led to a manhunt for Shannon Scott Anthony.

The 40-year-old would eventually be arrested, and an Aniah hearing led the judge to deny him bond due to a violent background in Florida.

During the Aniah hearing, West testified that she never had any dealings with Anthony, but, Tarbox said that testimony would be false.

Without getting into details on their friendship, West was charged with perjury and later today released on a $15,000 bond.

“We believe that her phone calls between herself and the defendant at the Coffee County Jail were compared, and when coupled with her testimony shows her testimony when sworn to tell the truth and the whole truth was false and fraudulent,” says Coffee County District Attorney James Tarbox.

Tarbox says Anthony poses a threat to society if he is to be released. Tarbox expects both Anthony and West to be prosecuted to the full letter of the law.