Hearing Reset For Former Court-Appointed Guardian In Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A court hearing was reset in Las Vegas for a former court-appointed financial guardian accused of siphoning more than $550,000 out of accounts of people assigned to her business as wards of the court.
A court official said Monday that April Parks is due to have another lawyer when she appears again in court on Wednesday.
Parks is being held at the Clark County jail following her arrest in Chester County, Pennsylvania, on a massive 270-count criminal indictment filed March 8.
It alleges that more than 150 victims lost money to Parks, her employee Mark Simmons, and Parks' friend, Gary Neil Taylor, through overbilling by her business, called A Private Professional Guardian.
They're accused of racketeering, theft, and exploitation of a vulnerable person.