Lawyer granted continuance for former Inter-Canyon fire chief facing theft charges
By Daniel Laverty
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 2:32 pm
A district judged granted a continuance Monday in the arraignment for the embezzlement case of former Inter-Canyon fire chief David MacBean.
Judge Jeffery Pilkington delayed the arraignment hearing until Jan. 27 after Dave Thomas, MacBean’s attorney, requested the continuance.
“At that time, I would expect either a disposition or a not-guilty plea,” Pilkington said.
Thomas said he requested additional time because of the significance and severity of the charges MacBean is facing.
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