Grantsville resident Christopher Todd Smith's sentencing set for Monday in Calhoun Circuit Court was continued.

Smith's attorney Tom Whittier had just received his pre-sentencing investigation, and for that reason the sentencing was continued until April 6th.

Smith has already entered into a plea agreement after pleading guilty to a charge of "conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with intent to deliver with an unknown individual."

He had been charged by the Grantsville Police Department in 2007, after authorities reportedly discovered a gallon bag of marijuana and paraphernalia in his residence.

The plea agreement said "That the defendant agrees to appear and truthfully testify as to all matters within his knowledge when summoned by any party in any criminal matter."

Charges against Smith in recent years appear to have been dropped or re-mediated, based on Smith's cooperation with local authorities in criminal cases.

Numerous other technical conditions were included in his recent plea agreement.

The state also agreed to dismiss any charges pending against Kelly Lawson, related to the case.

All charges were dropped related to the 2007 incident where he was accused of shooting a BB gun at a Charleston Gazette newspaper carrier.

He was found not guilty.

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