A 5-month undercover operation has lead to the arrest of 75 students from San Diego State University and the suspension of six fraternities. The investigation revealed members of the fraternities were openly dealing drugs and in one instance a member had sent a mass text messages about a sale on cocaine, also listing the reduced price.
The investigation was prompted by the death of a student from an apparent drug overdose in 2007. Another student died while the investigation was being conducted. Undercover agents made more than 130 buys from students at fraternities, the university student parking lots and dormitories.
Out of the 75 students, one student was about to receive a criminal justice degree and another a master's degree in homeland security. Full Story