The sentencing date for the Kellogg man who earlier this year plead guilty to federal wire fraud has again been pushed back because of his attorney's "long-standing plans to be out of state with his family in hockey training camp" on the date the hearing had recently been moved.
Judge John Jarvey granted Jason Kibbee's attorney's request to continue the sentencing on Tuesday and reset the hearing for Aug. 22. Last week, the hearing was reset until July 18 due to a conflict with the judge's trial calendar.
In March, Kibbee plead guilty to wire fraud in return for federal prosecutors dismissing the second charge of making a false statement to a financial institution initially brought by the grand jury indictment.
He faces up to 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine.