E X-COP KEITH CORLEY will have to wait until next month to learn if he'll be going to jail or remain free.
His sentencing hearing Friday was moved to June 22 at the request of Assistant District Attorney Catharine Thurston, who said she needed more time to review his presentencing background reports.
Corley, 28, appeared tense and was not asked to speak during the brief hearing before Common Pleas Judge Donna Woelpper.
Corley was arrested, then fired following an incident last August during which he offered a woman a ride in his squad car and ended up receiving oral sex from her in Cobbs Creek Park.
Within hours of the late-night incident, the woman told police she had been raped. Corley maintained that the sex had been consensual.
A jury in March found the four-year veteran of the Police Department guilty of indecent exposure and official oppression. He was found not guilty of four sex counts, including rape and indecent assault. n