Charges of manufacturing and delivering THC, possessing drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct against a man formerly of New Lisbon have been dismissed. 24-year-old Tye Smith appeared in court yesterday before Judge John Roemer. Both Smith’s attorney and the prosecutor agreed to dismiss those charges against Smith. Judge Roemer accepted the request and dismissed the charges with prejudice. That means that the party who filed the claim, and in this case the state, cannot refile the case.  Smith pleaded guilty to an amended charge of resisting/obstructing an officer on a 24 month deferred judgment agreement. This means that Smith is placed on 24 month probation prior to sentencing and prior to any entry of conviction. There is a reviewed hearing scheduled for March 8, 2016.