Anthony Bone, the 19-year-old being held in the McCulloch County jail in connection with the April 8 attack on another Brady youth, was scheduled to go before the grand jury Thursday, but it appears his court date will be delayed until May. According to McCulloch County Sheriff Earl Howell, Assistant District Attorney Donnie Coleman has delayed the grand jury hearing until May to ensure a complete and thorough investigation has been completed. The case in question stems from a April 8 attack that left 17-year-old Anthony Soto in intensive care with a knife wound to the throat. Soto, previously identified as Andrew Soto, remains in San Angelo Community Medical Center recovering from the wound. According to a source related to Soto, he was moved from intensive care to a private room late last week and is expected to make a full recovery. McCulloch County Sheriff’s Deputy Felipe Bernal and Texas Ranger Matt Andrews spoke with Soto in the hospital Monday and tape recorded his statement about the sequence of events. “He (Soto) was able to talk and was able give the officers a very good statement,” said Howell. “He was able to give us details of what happened and how the incident occurred.” Details about the interview with Soto were not made available.