Sentencing has been adjourned until late next month for a Red Deer woman accused of stealing a vehicle and impersonating a police officer.
Represented by Edmonton lawyer Michael Mussieux, Robyn Langhorst, 27, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of theft under $5,000 in Red Deer provincial court on Monday.
Crown prosecutor Jillian Brown then withdrew the personation charge.
Mussieux asked that sentencing be adjourned to a later date so the court would have time to review a letter from Langhorst’s probation officer.
She returns for sentencing on April 24.