Livingston Township Manager Michele Meade was scheduled to go before a West Caldwell judge Tuesday to face charges of assault and disorderly conduct.
But her court date was "adjured" and "canceled," a spokeswoman for the West Caldwell Municipal Court said Monday.
"There has been no date scheduled for it," the spokeswoman added.
Meade did not returned phone calls to her office at town hall last week seeking comment.
Meade was originally scheduled to go before West Caldwell Judge Bridget Stecher on Tuesday and Wednesday at 10 a.m., a spokeswoman for the court confirmed earlier this month.
The charges against Meade stem from a police exercise on April 19, 2013, during which resident Kelly Mollineaux — wife of Belleville Police Officer Charlie Mollineaux — alleged Meade assaulted her.
In addition, Meade faces two additional charges of disorderly conduct for abusive language toward a police officer and obstructing justice — both filed by Livingston Police Sgt. Kenneth Hanna.
If convicted, the township manager could face a maximum of a $1,000 fine or six months in jail.
On June 26, 2013, Meade first went before Stecher who found there was "probable cause" for Mollineaux's claim.
Meade and her lawyer Salvatore Alfano later had a court conference in West Caldwell with prosecuting attorney Joseph DeFuria on July 31, 2013. The conference was conducted over the phone, the West Caldwell Court Administrator confirmed.