Woman to Stand Trial on Identity Theft, Other Charges

Marianne Sadelmyer waived her right to a preliminary hearing on Tuesday.

A Houston woman waived her right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday—and will stand trial for the alleged crimes.

Online court records indicate that Marianne Sadelmyer, 48, also waived charges of forgery, theft by deception, theft by unlawful taking, access device use without authorization, and providing false identification to law enforcement.

The charges—filed by Aug. 17—stemmed from an Aug. 5 incident, according to online court records.

The Observer-Reporter indicated that police said Sadelmyer has more than a dozen aliases and used a credit card she allegedly took from another customer shopping at a borough business.

The the paper also reported:

"Not only was she wanted in three New York communities on criminal charges, she was wanted as a material witness in a homicide by police in Tonawanda, N.Y., near Buffalo," according to the Observer-Reporter story.

Sadelmyer was arraigned Aug. 17 before district Judge Ethan Ward, and remanded to the Washington County Jail after being unable to post a $10,000 bond, according to court records.

The Washington County Jail, though, lists has as unbondable.


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