Sentencing delayed for former police sergeant found guilty of rape
SPOKANE, Wash. — UPDATE: The sentencing of former Spokane police sergeant Gordon Ennis has been delayed.
Ennis has asked to replace his current attorney for his sentencing and appeal.
The new date for his sentencing has tentatively been set for May 25.
Ennis has requested a substitution of counsel for sentencing and appeal. That will delay his sentencing- unclear until when. Court discussing the details now. #kxly
— Caroline Rourke (@CarolineKXLY) April 25, 2018
A former Spokane police sergeant found guilty of rape will be sentenced Wednesday afternoon.
Gordon Ennis was convicted of second degree rape in March. A former colleague told police the assault happened during a party. She said she passed out from being drunk, then woke up to Ennis assaulting her.
It took just two hours for the jury to come to their decision.
The sentencing hearing will be held in Spokane Superior Court Judge Maryann Moreno’s courtroom at 1:30 p.m.
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