17 TCU students arrested in drug sting
This is just sad! According to ESPN, Seventeen TCU students, including four football players, have been arrested on drug charges, the school announced today. The investigation continues after the sweeping drug sting, and there could be more arrests, according to TCU chancellor Victor J. Boschini Jr. The football players arrested are: junior linebacker Tanner Brock, junior safety Devin Johnson, junior defensive tackle D.J. Yendrey and sophomore offensive tackle Tyler Horn.
After complaints from students and parents about drugs being sold on campus, an investigation was launched with cooperation from Fort Worth police and TCU campus police. The six month undercover investigation uncovered a drug operation selling marijuana, cocaine, Ecstasy and prescription drugs. All 17 students have been removed from campus. “This is a very clear messsage to everybody that if you want to do this kind of thing, you can’t go to TCU,” Boschini said.
WTH!? These students need their azzes whooped! A drug ring–REALLY?!! This is insanity. Aside from compromising their academic opportunity these students will lose their freedom during a period which should be the best time of their life. I can’t IMAGINE what they will be able to say to their parents. Aside from being illegal, it’s just stupid, and this will be a hard lesson for these students to learn.
“We expect more of our student, faculty and staff and that’s the message we’ve give them today,” Boschini said. “And 99.9 percent of the students here do the right thing and we want to make sure the ones that don’t aren’t at TCU.”