The retrial of a former Peninsula businessman suspected of child molestation has been delayed until February. Prosecutor Glenn Pesenhofer said he requested the continuance to allow time to investigate new evidence against David Stamm.
Stamm testified at his first trial that the relationship with his accuser, by then 23, was consensual and did not begin until after the boy turned 18. The jury acquitted him of oral copulation of a person under the age of 18 but deadlocked on all other charges. Pesenhofer said jury selection is now set for Feb. 2, with testimony to begin Feb. 9.