PLEASANTON -- A 37-year-old Livermore man charged with having sex with a teenage relative had his court appearance delayed Wednesday for the third time in the past month.
David Garrison, who appeared briefly in Judge Hugh Walker's courtroom, has yet to enter a plea. He is scheduled back in Alameda Superior Court in Pleasanton July 10, when he is expected to enter a plea, said Jules Bonjour, Garrison's Hayward-based attorney.
Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Venus Johnson said police reports and statements had been turned over to the defense.
Garrison was arrested April 22 after another relative walked in on a sexual act, according to court records. Garrison is charged with engaging in an ongoing sexual relationship with the girl, sexual penetration and committing lewd and lascivious acts.
The girl told police the abuse had been ongoing for two years, according to court records.
Garrison is being held at Santa Rita Jail in lieu of $450,000 bail.
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