Bartolo Sanchez is on the federal court docket in Midland for Wednesday, January 2nd.
Sanchez is expected to appear in court for a pre-trial hearing.
Sanchez is charged with four counts of aggravated identity theft, and one count apiece of bank fraud and wire fraud.
Sanchez -- the former mayor of Toyah -- allegedly bilked the city out of approximately $300,000 by writing himself checks from city bank accounts he set up and forging the required second signature.
Sanchez also reportedly set up secret deals with an oilfield company to repair roads damaged by its vehicles, and prosecutors believe he took the proceeds of the deal for personal use.
Sanchez resigned as mayor in December.
Sanchez is expected to face trial in February.