17 TCU Students Busted for Drug Dealing
FORT WORTH, Texas — Seventeen Texas Christian University (TCU) students have been arrested after a six-month investigation into drug dealing.
Four of the students arrested were football players accused of selling marijuana to other players, the Star-Telegram reports. Others were members of fraternities.
The drugs being sold included marijuana, cocaine, acid, ecstasy and prescription drugs.
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