A short hearing on Monday for a woman accused of burning a Garden Valley house continued the hearing.
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Rachel Ann Wentz appeared in-custody with her attorney, Mark Ralphs. Judge Douglas C. Phimister noted that a preliminary hearing was scheduled, but Ralphs said he had not received certain forms yet and was not ready.
Ralphs requested a pre-preliminary hearing on Jan. 23 at 8 a.m. The judge granted the continuance and ended the hearing.