Trial delayed for Reno woman accused of stealing life savings from 83-year-old man
The trial for a Reno woman accused of stealing a man's life savings has been delayed from next week to July.
Authorities say Angela Fischer stole $190,000 from 83-year-old Bobby Flood. They allege she gained access to his bank accounts while working at Flood's assisted living facility.
The U.S. Attorney's office is prosecuting the case in federal court.
She faces just one count of mail fraud after she was arrested on suspicion of dozens of counts, though she could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.