Michigan Washtenaw County Judge Archie Brown has set the trial dates for a married couple accused of embezzling about $250,000 from A2 Auto Glass, according to a courthouse official.
The jury trial date for Oral and Janice Molden is scheduled for November 4, with the pre-trial hearing scheduled October 9.
Charges against the couple were first brought in 2011, with new counts filed in December 2012, according to local reports.
The couple is accused of embezzling the money from the auto glass company over a three-year period. Janice Molden, 45, was a bookkeeper for the company and Oral Molden, 47, did computer work there.
Oral Molden is charged with false pretenses of more than $20,000, false pretenses of between $999 and $20,000, making or permitting a false tax return and malicious use of a telecommunications service.
Janice Molden faces charges of embezzling $100,000 or more, embezzling $25,000 or more, as well as embezzling more than $999 but less than $20,000. She is also charged with three counts of using a computer to commit a crime.
A2 Auto Glass has locations in Ann Arbor and Jackson, MI, as well as a mobile service. A customer service representative who answered the phone at the glass company declined to comment on the situation.