Former University of New Mexico Athletic Director Paul Krebs made his first court appearance Monday, but not much happened.
A Larry Barker investigation exposed the now infamous golf trip to Scotland. Krebs is accused of funding the trip for himself, his family and a former coach with university money. Earlier this month, the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office charged Krebs with five felonies including fraud.
Krebs appeared in district court for a scheduled arraignment Monday. Judge Stan Whitaker said the state did not have the proper charging documents to move forward.
The state now has 24 hours to turn those documents in. Krebs’ arraignment has now been moved to Friday.
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