LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The founder of USA Harvest is scheduled to appear in federal court on Nov. 28 to change his not guilty plea.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Dave Whalin ordered Hugh Stan Curtis to appear in court that day for arraignment and a change of plea to charges that he took nearly $200,000 from the Louisville charity he founded.
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.
Curtis had been scheduled for an initial appearance in court on Thursday, but that hearing was postponed due to his poor health.
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