Cabin-baby mom's arraignment rescheduled

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By Stephen Knapp

A no-show for her Jan. 14 arraignment, cabin-baby mom Summer Lynn Baker is back in the system.

In fact, she was hardly out of it. The morning after her missed court date, Baker showed up at the Jefferson County clerk of the courts office holding a note from Lutheran Hospital affirming that she was on medical business at the time of the arraignment. That’s a valid defense, but neither the court nor Lutheran will divulge her specific medical complaint.

Baker’s arraignment has been rescheduled for 1 p.m. Feb. 25. Baker faces three felony charges including theft from an at-risk adult, plus a misdemeanor theft count. The charges stem from the burglary and torching of an Evergreen home.

Baker’s husband, Gregory Leon, is scheduled for arraignment at 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 25. Leon faces 10 counts, eight of them felonies, relating to the same series of crimes.