The for Randy R. Mayer — the bus driver charged with inappropriately touching students on his route — has been pushed back to May 21.
The trial — related to involving three children — will instead begin at 8:30 a.m. May 21.
According to court records, Mayer appeared in court Tuesday with his attorney, Michael Penkwitz, after an emergency request from the defense to delay the trial based on new information they received today that could cause a possible "issue" with the trial.
Mayer, 225 S. Madison Ave., is charged with of first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 13, and faces up to 240 years in prison. He was with three felony counts involving two boys; the when another boy came forward. .
Mayer had initially posted a $2,500 bond in connection with the first three charges, but remains in custody after a $10,000 cash bond was set in connection with his fourth felony charge.
The first three charges involved two boys, 9 and 10 years old, which took place between Oct. 1-13, 2011. The Port Washington Police Department interviewed 37 students about the allegations, said former Police Chief Richard Thomas. Details from the criminal complaint . The fourth charge, with allegations similar to the other cases, involved a 6-year-old boy.