A court date has been delayed for a woman charged with staying at a western Pennsylvania shelter for battered women under false pretenses.
Online court records show the trial of 33-year-old Amy Slanina, which had been scheduled to begin Monday has been pushed back to Sept. 6 when she's scheduled to enter an unspecified plea to one or more of the charges she faces.
Slanina's attorney and Armstrong County prosecutors haven't returned calls for comment.
Kittanning police charged Slanina, whose last known address was in Marysville, Ohio, with theft by deception and other charges for living at the shelter in December after falsely claiming to be the abused wife of a Pittsburgh police officer.
Police say Slanina also conned an Idaho couple into believing she was pregnant during phone calls from the shelter, but determined that wasn't a crime.