LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The trial of a former Arkansas police officer charged in a sweeping drug and corruption investigation has been rescheduled.
Former Helena-West Helena police officer Marlene Kalb is due to go on trial Dec. 10 in federal court in Little Rock. She was previously slated to go on trial next month.
Kalb has pleaded not guilty to drug-related and money-laundering charges and was released from custody earlier this year.
She's one of five former law enforcement officers charged in an investigation called Operation Delta Blues. The probe focused on corruption and drug trafficking in the Mississippi Delta town of Helena-West Helena.
The four other former officers have pleaded guilty to various charges.
More than 60 others were also indicted in the investigation.
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