FARMINGTON -- A sentencing hearing for Bonnie Nelson Quinn, the former benefits and payroll administrator who pleaded guilty to taking money from 401(k) and 457 accounts from city employees, was continued because the judge has recused himself from the case. Quinn was scheduled to be sentenced on Thursday on a second-degree theft felony charge, but the Davis County Attorney's Office received a letter earlier in the week from 2nd District Judge Darwin C. Hansen, recusing himself from the case. Nancy Volmer, with the administrative office of the courts said the judge recused himself to avoid the appearance of a possible bias. Hansen's recusal does not affect Quinn's guilty plea. Quinn could be sentenced to one to 15 years in the Utah State Prison.