ALBERT LEA, Minn. – Trial has been delayed for an Albert Lea high school coach accused of criminal sexual conduct with a student. A judge grated the extension because Richard John Polley’s his new job with the U.S. Postal Service has precluded weekday meetings with a pretrial officer. The trial now is set for December. The criminal complaint alleges these details: A teen-age athlete visited  Polley’s house twice in January, once around 10 p.m. and then an hour later. Polley was asleep the second time. She woke him up.  A carnal encounter followed

Earlier: $200,000 bond for coach in teen sex case

Polley. Now with U..S. Postal Service in Twin Cities. Age 33.