LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A court date for a man accused of taking nearly $200,000 from the Louisville charity he founded has been postponed due to his poor health.
An attorney for Stan Curtis says the USA Harvest founder is hospitalized and would not be available for a first appearance in court on Thursday.
WHAS-AM reports (http://bit.ly/T0rYEo ) Curtis' family says he has a blood infection.
Curtis is charged with money laundering, mail fraud, and filing a false tax return. He is accused of taking nearly $200,000 from USA Harvest and charging more than $350,000 to the charity for travel, entertainment and meals.
His lawyer, Scott Cox, has filed a motion to postpone Curtis' court appearance. Federal prosecutors did not object to the delay.
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