An Erath County grand jury had a lot to consider last week.

In addition to issuing an indictment for former Stephenville Fire Marshal Gary Nabors, 52, for four additional counts of online solicitation of a minor, 15 others were indicted.

Aaron Lee Shelton, 21, was also indicted for online solicitation of a minor.

Shelton was arrested in May by the Erath County Sheriff's Office after the parent of a minor female discovered explicit photographs linked to the suspect on their daughter's cell phone, according to investigator Randy Fowler.

Shelton has remained in the county jail since his arrest on the third-degree felony offense. His bail was set at $25,000.

Meanwhile, brothers Eli "JB" Caldera, 21, and Mauro Caldera, Jr., 29, were indicted for aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, a second-degree felony.

The duo was arrested by the sheriff's office in June after an incident that began in Comanche County and "spilled over into the Dublin area," according to Chief Investigator Jason Upshaw.

The victim was reportedly severely beaten by the duo, Upshaw said.

In addition, four of six individuals arrested by the Stephenville Police Department in February were indicted for engaging in organized criminal activity.

The arrests of James Charlton Carr, 25, Camille Elizabeth Caskey, 28, Brittani Lea Parrish, 26, and Joshua Allen Daniel, 23, followed several car burglaries across Stephenville at the beginning of the year.

Carr and Parrish were arrested in February after being found in possession of stolen property - including check and credit or debit cards - that were linked to the car burglaries.

The credit cards were reportedly used at businesses in Stephenville, Weatherford and Hudson Oaks.

Daniel was later arrested after law enforcement officials sought the public's assistance in locating him following the issuance of warrants for his and Caskey's arrest. Caskey turned herself in to the county jail.

On Wednesday, Caskey was also indicted for possession of less than one gram of a controlled substance.