Sentencing for a South Charleston man accused of stealing merchandise from The Greenbrier was postponed while he undergoes a psychological evaluation.
Steven Paul Vanhorn, 23, was indicted in October by a Greenbrier County Grand Jury on five counts of theft and fraud involving the Greenbrier Classic in 2011 and 2012.
He pleaded guilty to two of those charges. He faces a possible sentence of up to 20 years in prison.
Authorities said Vanhorn stole a printer and merchandise associated with the golf tournament and sold fake credentials and passes, all worth about $10,000.On Tuesday, a judge granted a request to have Vanhorn evaluated. He will be taken to Northern Correctional Center in Moundsville for that 60-day evaluation and sentencing will be scheduled after it is completed.