SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Former FOX40 anchor Sabrina Rodriguez and her former fiancé have entered “not guilty” pleas to the theft charges both are facing.

The two entered their pleas in Sacramento County Court Wednesday morning.

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Both are scheduled to be back in court on Jan. 23 for a preliminary hearing.

Rodriguez, who was a morning anchor on FOX40, surrendered to officials on July 31 for grand theft, burglary and conspiracy charges. She later resigned from her position at FOX40.

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According to court documents, Rodriguez drove fiancé Nicholas Gray to San Francisco to help sell stolen goods. Included in the court documents are alleged texts between the couple that reveal a theft conspiracy.

Rodriguez later announced that she broken off her relationship with Gray.

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