The other LT, Lawrence Taylor, failed to reach a plea deal from charges accusing him of statutory rape involving a 16-year-old Bronx girl in May.
Judge William Kelly adjourned the case until Dec. 7.
Taylor, a former Bergen County, N.J., resident, allegedly told Ramapo police that he paid $300 to have sex with a prostitute in the Holiday Inn in Montebello on May 6. She turned out to be a 16-year-old Bronx runaway.
Rockland District Attorney Thomas Zugibe said Wednesday said prosecutors have discussed a six-month jail sentence and 10 years’ probation if Taylor pleads to the top indictment counts — third-degree rape, which involves sexual intercourse with a girl age 16 or younger, and third-degree criminal sexual act, which involves oral sex, in this case with a minor.
The conviction would include Taylor registering as a sex offender.