Arraignment delayed for Tracey Avila, Robinson Rancheria chair

Tracey I. Avila, the chairwoman of the Robinson Rancheria Pomo Indians of California, did not show up to her arraignment on Tuesday, The Lake County Record-Bee reported.

Avila, 51, is recovering from surgery, her attorney said. The arraignment was rescheduled to November 27.

Avila is accused of stealing more than $60,000 from the Elem Pomo Tribe. She used to be the tribe's fiscal officer.

Get the Story:
Robinson Rancheria tribal chair absent from court, arraignment rescheduled (The Lake County Record-Bee 10/31)

Related Stories:
Robinson Rancheria chairwoman ordered to stand trial for theft (10/4)
Robinson Rancheria chairwoman faces hearing on theft charge (5/29)
Robinson Rancheria chairwoman due to enter plea in theft (11/03)
BIA tells Robinson Rancheria chairwoman to hold new election (9/15)
Robinson Rancheria chair accused of theft from another tribe (9/13)

Join the Conversation