Sentencing in the sex-related charges against a former Tsawwassen resident has been delayed.
Earlier this year, Jamieson Richard (Rick) Glendinning entered guilty pleas in Surrey Provincial Court on three counts of indecent assault - two against other males and one against a female. The alleged incidents took place in Delta and Surrey, and all date back to the 1970s.
He also pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to appear in court. An arrest warrant was issued for Glendinning last spring after be failed to show up for court.
He was spotted in Australia last fall and returned to the Lower Mainland in October.
Glendinning was first arrested by Delta police and charged in September 2010. He was arrested again in November of that year after more alleged victims contacted investigators.
At the time, police said his alleged victims were all in elementary and high school at the time of the assaults.
Glendinning, 63, had a decade-long affiliation with Tsawwassen Amateur Baseball Association between 1985 and 1995.
The judge in the case ordered a pre-sentence report and a psychiatric assessment.
Sentencing was originally set for March 8, however, due to medial issues, it has been adjourned to May 17.