RADCLIFF — A group of people police describe as a Radcliff-based marijuana syndicate continues to be busted up by drug task force agents and state police pursuing organized crime charges against networks of pot traffickers and growers.
According to jail records, two more members of an alleged pot ring were arrested since indictments against seven people were made public a week ago.
June Goodlett, 33, and Timothy Wallace, 20, were booked at the Hardin County Detention Center between Sunday and Monday on charges of engaging in organized crime and marijuana.
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