Drug charges dropped against 5 men arrested after federal raid of Shepherdsville auto shop
Five men arrested on drug charges last week after the FBI and DEA raided a Shepherdsville auto shop are now free.
SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Five men arrested on drug charges last week after federal and local agencies raided a Shepherdsville auto shop are now free.
Charges have been dropped for Glen Fleming, Todd Decker Jr., Elvin Mustic, Mohammad Mohammad and Kenneth Ricks. All five men had denied owning the pound of marijuana found in a large glass jar inside the auto shop in the 2000 block of Highway 44 in Shepherdsville. Fleming said last week he had plans to sell the businesses to two of the men, but now those plans are off.
According to arrest reports, the raid was conducted by the FBI and the DEA.
"It’s been a really bad experience," Fleming said. "I’ve never been involved in anything like this."
Fleming also resigned from the Bullitt County Sheriff's Merit Board last week, saying he didn't want the arrest to take away from the work the board is doing.
“I wasn’t scared at the time," Fleming said of the raid. "Be careful who you associate with.“
Sources tell WDRB News the case is still under investigation, but the FBI Louisville office said it's not currently investigating it.
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