Darlene Zachry,a/k/a Zachery, her sister Annetta Frackman, and friends Lisa Werneke and William “Bill” Werneke are rescheduled to appear in Montngomery County Pennsylvania Criminal Court on January 27, 2012 for consideration for consolidation of their cases. The foursome will appear before Judge William T. Nicholas in Courtroom 13 at 9:30 AM on the consolidation of the criminal case for perjury, false swearing, conspiracy and other charges due to the widow Zachry filing a forged will she claimed was that of her late husband Raymond Marc Zachry. Frackman, Werneke and Werneke are charged for claiming to have witnessed the decedent sign his will that was proven a forgery in Orphans Court by exhibits and testimony of J. Wright Leonard, a well-known and respected forensic document examiner.
Judge Joseph A. Smythe is assigned the criminal case.
Another pretrial is scheduled in court room 8 for William “Bill” Werneke on February 6, 2012 at 9:00 AM before Judge Joseph A. Smythe
In addition to the criminal charges against the four, a civil case has been filed by the prior attorney of Darlene Zachry, Mark Himsworth, asking the court for his unpaid fees plus restitution for damages due to “being untruthful in court” as the widow Zachry wrote in her letter to Judge Stanley Ott.