Two more of the eight local people accused of running a Gravel Switch marijuana farm were arraigned Thursday.
William David Miller, 49, of Lancaster, and Derek Keith Brummett, 25, of Junction City, pleaded innocent to charges of growing and distribution of marijuana. Both were released from the Fayette County Detention Center.
William Miller faces attempted murder charges in Odon, Ind., after he told Indiana police that he shot Michael Hays, who is accused of being the head of the marijuana farming operation. His trial has been postponed.
Hays and his stepson, Brummett, are accused of burying the body of Rusty Marshall, of Danville, on Hays' farm in Indiana.