5 indicted in Bullitt County drug trafficking case

Updated: Dec. 27, 2017 at 5:18 PM EST
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Glen D. Fleming (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Glen D. Fleming (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Mohammad Naser Mohammed (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Mohammad Naser Mohammed (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Kenneth Lamarr Ricks (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Kenneth Lamarr Ricks (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Elvin Mustic (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Elvin Mustic (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Todd Burnett Decker (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)
Todd Burnett Decker (Source: Bullitt County Detention Center)

SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Five men who had their marijuana trafficking charges dismissed in district court have now been indicted by a grand jury.

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The accused - Glen D. Fleming, 60, of Shepherdsville; Mohammad Naser Mohammed, 22, of Louisville; Kenneth Lamarr Ricks, 31, of Louisville; Elvin Mustic, 23, of Louisville, and Todd Burnett Decker, 26, of Vine Grove, KY - were indicted by a Bullitt County Grand Jury for trafficking marijuana. Fleming is a former member of the Bullitt County Police Merit Board.

The men were arrested on Dec. 11 after a raid by the federal agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency served a search warrant at an auto repair facility owned by Fleming. More than a pound of marijuana was found.

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Fleming resigned from the merit board shortly after his arrest but claims his resignation had nothing to do with the charges.

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