Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 1:21 pm (Updated: March 15, 1:22 pm)
A Harrison County grand jury did not indict Dr. Nicholas Catey on charges of cultivating marijuana.
Catey, a special education teacher at Grant County Middle School for 15 years, was charged on Jan. 20 when Kentucky State Police executed a warrant for him at his Berry home.
Police said they found marijuana plants growing in pots on his farm.
Catey was placed on unpaid leave on Jan. 26 pending the outcome of the case.
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