NEW BREMEN, N.Y. (WWNY) - A trial date could be set in November for a veterinarian charged with two counts of forcible touching.
Dr. Sam Yancey faces charges of two counts of forcible touching in the town of New Bremen, where he has a practice.
The alleged victim was 19 at the time.
The 68-year-old Yancey will be in town court on November 13, when a trial date is expected to be set.
Yancey is currently behind bars serving a 9-month sentence. He was found guilty in June of forcibly touching the same 19-year-old woman in Watertown last October.
Yancey has a history of similar charges. He was indicted in late 2006 after alleged incidents involving a 36-year-old woman.
In that case he was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, attempted criminal sex act, attempted rape, and forcible touching.
The case went to trial, where a jury found him guilty of three counts of forcible touching. As a result, Yancey was sentenced to 30 days in jail and had to register as a sex offender. He was found not guilty of the other charges.