A court hearing was pushed back Tuesday for two men accused of forcible rape and sodomy against a St. Clair area woman in 2008.

Authorities allege Alvin L. Hunter, 66, and Charles K. King, 64, repeatedly raped and sodomized a woman who was highly intoxicated at the time.

The alleged sexual assaults occurred sometime between March 1 and July 31, 2008, at a residence outside of St. Clair, according to a probable cause statement filed in the case.

A Franklin County grand jury issued multi-count indictments against the men in September 2016.

Bond for Hunter, who is charged with eight counts of forcible rape and six counts of forcible sodomy, was set at $100,000 cash only.

King is being held on a $75,000 cash-only bond. He is charged in the indictment with five counts of forcible rape and one count of deviate sexual intercourse by forcible compulsion.

According to Franklin County Prosecutor Bob Parks, the hearing will be reset for plea or trial setting.

The case was investigated by the Franklin County Sheriff’s office.

King and Hunter videotaped the sexual assault of the woman, who was 29 or 30 years old at the time.

The victim appeared in the video to be unconscious, according to the probable cause statement filed in Park’s office last year.

Hunter and King were interviewed last year after the videotape was turned over to authorities.

During the interviews, both admitted to having sex with the victim and to videotaping the incident, investigators reported in the statement.

Both suspects stated that the encounter with the victim was consensual.

A motion by the prosecutor’s office to amend information was granted Friday, Sept. 29.

The amendments specify by time stamps on the videos the exact time each charge occurred.