A plea hearing scheduled for Monday for the former Bulletin classified advertising manager, who is charged with second-degree sexual abuse, has been rescheduled.
Kevin O’Connell, 35, was arrested Aug. 15, shortly after his position at the newspaper was eliminated.
Police were contacted when a list containing information about women with whom he had had sexual relationships — including a prostitute and girls 17 years old or younger — was found on his work computer.
Second-degree sexual abuse includes sex with persons under age 18, who cannot legally consent, or sex without consent.
Since his arrest, O’Connell’s plea hearing has been rescheduled three times.