MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WDHN) — A Dothan pastor and activist tried to have a set of drug charges against him dismissed, but the court ruled otherwise.

Kenneth Glasgow was indicted on charges that he conspired to distribute and possessed with the intent to distribute a detectable amount of cocaine hydrochloride and a substance with cocaine present.

Glasgow’s attorney attempted to file a motion to dismiss this indictment, but on Tuesday, the magistrate judge denied that motion to dismiss.

Kenneth Glasgow has already pled not guilty to conspiracy to distribute illegal drugs.

There’s now a possibility that the court could also look into Glasgow’s tax documents to add possible financial charges.

He’s accused of distributing cocaine with another unnamed suspect.

On March 3, Glasgow’s lawyer told WDHN he can’t comment on any possible co-defendant because that indictment has been sealed.

The court has accepted a request for a continuance in Glasgow’s case. Now, it won’t go to court until June 27, and it could be pushed back to the middle of December.