More Details Released In TCU Drug Busts

By Ryan Crowe,

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A February 20 Inter-Office Correspondence from the Fort Worth Police Department is shedding new light on the investigation of ‘loosely tied groups‘ of people arrested in a drug raid at TCU.

The letter says arrest warrants have been issued for 31 people in connection to the case.  As of February 20, 23 people had been arrested.

In addition to the arrests, 9 weapons and roughly $46,000 were seized.  The weapons, including guns, were found both on an near the TCU campus.

More than 2 pounds of marijuana were seized, along with small amounts of cocaine, meth, ecstasy and prescription pills.  The drugs have an estimated street value of $29,000.

See the full letter below:

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One Comment

  1. John Goodell says:

    Go to any other college and see how many pounds you will find.

    1. altha says:

      John Goodell This article is not about other colleges it about TCU DRUG BUST. Now you didn’t read this article you are looking for an excuse for those drug heads. All that money, how much was it John? all the guns, and drugs found on TCU campus now those are your REAL- CHRISTIAN and all of them come from that Christian family tree.

  2. noname says:

    Looks like Apple and GM are the brands of choice among drug dealers. I don’t get it — if these losers like selling drugs so much, why not pursue a pharmacy degree?

  3. NiteNurse says:

    It’s going to take TCU a very long time to get it’s good name back after all these drug dealing arrests. I do have to say it has made the local attornies very busy and happy from all the work they are getting because of the arrests. I’m sure the wealthier of the students will not have to face any real jail time. My concern is the countless young lives these drug dealers may have ruined because of their crimes.

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