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Staff Report ELIZABETHTOWN — A Hardin County grand jury returned indictments Thursday on four of five people accused of operating an organized marijuana distribution system. A direct indictment was returned on a sixth person allegedly involved. Seth Q. Curry, 24, Francis Edmund Fantasia, 43, Kevin N. Koenig, 20, and Michael A. Martinez, 22, all were indicted on felony charges of engaging in organized crime as well as various marijuana trafficking charges. The grand jury did not indict a fifth person, Daniel S. Dressler, 18, of the organized crime charge. But it did indict him on a charge of trafficking in less than five pounds of marijuana and conspiring to traffic marijuana. A sixth person yet to be arrested in the case, Oscar Flores, 35, was indicted on charges of engaging in organized crime, trafficking in marijuana and persistent felony offender. Police said Flores, whose last known address is in Vine Grove but is believes to have ties to the Nashville area, brought 25-pound loads of marijuana into the county on numerous occasions for the others to distribute. An indictment by a grand jury does not imply or infer guilt of a person; only that enough evidence exists for the person to stand trial on a the charge. The grand jury also indicted two men accused of robbing a pharmacy for prescription painkillers. Earlier this year, police said Jonathan David Goff and Justin Edward Goff entered a Walgreen’s near Towne Mall late at night demanding drugs. Jonathan Goff was indicted on three counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and two counts of complicity to first-degree robbery. Justin Goff was indicted on two counts of first-degree robbery, third-degree assault and resisting arrest.