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Student Arrested for Dealing Drugs from IU Frat House

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): An Indiana University student was arrested this week on charges of dealing drugs out of his fraternity house.

Twenty-year-old Andrew Thrall is accused of ordering several shipments of Xanax from a Canadian pharmacy online, having them shipped to his girlfriend‘s sorority house and then reselling them from his fraternity house at I-U.

Police say they had been tracking the case since last November. Thrall was taken to the Monroe County Jail on a charge of dealing a controlled substance.

He has since posted bond. No other information was released.

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