DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Two men are indicted for allegedly growing marijuana in an indoor grow operation.
The Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office released a special grand jury report Friday which showed the indictment of Thomas Betz and Michael Dorley.
In May, the Montgomery County R.A.N.G.E. Task Force served a search warrant at the Dayton and Springboro residences.
Police released little detail about the arrests but did say the expect to charge them with cultivation, trafficking, and possession of marijuana.
A special prosecutor is set to handle this case because Betz’s father, Ken Betz who is a Bulter Township Trustee and a former Montgomery County Regional Crime Lab Director.
A grand jury indicted Thomas Betz and Dorley Friday on Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity and other charges.
Thomas Betz and Dorley are set to be arraigned November 16.