A Central Alberta man charged with sexually assaulting a minor will go on trial next spring.
Andrew Paul Dynaes, 47, who was to have appeared before a judge this fall, instead had his court date moved to April 20, 2017.
Dynaes was charged by police with sexual assault, sexual contact with a child under age 16, and assault with a weapon. The type of weapon was not disclosed by RCMP.
The charges stem from an alleged incident in Springbrook on Jan. 1, 2009.