Sentencing hearing postponed for title insurer facing federal fraud charges
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. —
A northeast Missouri title insurer who had pleaded guilty to a federal fraud charge will be waiting a couple months longer to find out her sentence.
Kirksville resident Nancy Porter ran Adair County Title and Escrow in downtown Kirksville.
Federal prosecutors charged Porter with one count of felony wire fraud, in connection with fraudulent activities at her business.
As previously reported, online court records show Porter reached a deal in the federal case, but the terms of that agreement were not made public.
She was set for sentencing on Tuesday in federal court in St. Louis.
That hearing has been postponed. Now, it is scheduled for November 8.