17 Horned Frogs Arrested For Selling Drugs

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17 Texas Christian University students, including four members of the school’s football team, The Horned Frogs, have been arrested for selling drugs. The officers conducted a six-month investigation into illegal drug dealing on the school’s campus and are continuing their probe with the possibility of more arrests.

All of the 17 students that were arrested had sold drugs “hand-to hand” to undercover officers. The drugs that were sold included: marijuana, a variety of prescription drugs, ecstasy, and cocaine.

Three of the 17 students were arrested on campus, and all of the students that were arrested are possibly facing expulsion. Of the arrests, Chancellor Victor Boschini stated,

“TCU has never before experienced a magnitude of student arrest such as this.”

At The Gordon Law Firm, we understand that people make mistakes and we are here to help you get the best possible outcome so that you can move forward with your life. We have worked on many drug cases in the past and will give you the best legal advice for your case. Please feel free to give us a call or email us for a free consultation.

By | 2012-02-16T17:45:48+00:00 February 16th, 2012|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

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