Franklin Parish sheriff Kevin Cobb says Moffitt has not been arrested yet, but will be processed and arrested when she goes to court in April.
Cobb says the District Attorney Mack Lancaster made the decision to not arrest Moffitt yet due to her medical condition.
Lancaster says they don't consider Moffitt to be a flight risk and that's why they are delaying her booking until her arraignment.
In October, Moffitt made headlines when she claimed three hooded men set her on fire and wrote racial slurs on her car. Police investigation revealed the incident was self-inflicted. Moffitt was in ICU at a hospital in Shreveport for severe burns.
Cobb says Moffitt is out of the hospital and is back home in Franklin Parish.
Moffitt's arraignment is set for April 23rd at the Franklin Parish Courthouse.
If convicted on both charges, Moffitt faces 20 years in prison and a $15,000 fine.