A Livermore woman accused of 67 counts of sexual assault will remain in Santa Rita Jail until Sept. 3.
Attorneys for both sides agreed to the continuation of the case involving Christine Shreeve Hubbs, 42, who is being held on a $4.3 million bond.
Hubbs's attorney, Jules Bonjour, said his office was awaiting discovery evidence from the prosecutor's office. Bonjour would not comment on the case and prosecutor Teresa Ortega could not be reached.
Judge Hugh Walker, who is presiding in the case, agreed to the request. Walker also ordered four search warrants sealed.
Hubbs, a Livermore mother and wife of a dentist, is accused of sexual assaults on two boys which police said began in December 2008 and continued until her arrest, police said.
She began making advances on one of the boys when he was 14 and dating her daughter, also 14, officials said.
The charges include counts of oral copulation, lewd acts on a child, and exhibition of lewd material to a minor.
Hubbs allegedly sent messages and nude pictures of herself to the boys from her cell phone. After contacting the victims, she would then allegedly drive them in her black 2006 Hummer H2 to different locations in Livermore and have sex with them, police said.
She also faces charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor; police allege she let a group of boys shoot a plastic pellet gun from her car, Livermore police Lt. Matt Sarsfield said.
Court records show Hubbs drove boys, ages 9-14 around Livermore on June 29, hitting speeds of up to 60 mph. The boys shot Airsoft guns -- purchased for them by Hubbs -- and hit a youngster on a bicycle, according to court records, which also say Hubbs did nothing to stop them.
That information came to police attention while investigating the alleged sexual assaults by Hubbs. No one was seriously injured by the plastic pellets, and Sarsfield said none of the boys in the car has come forward as a victim in the sexual assault case.