6 fraternities suspended at San Deigo State Univ. for drug dealing

SAN DIEGO - The cocaine overdose that lead to the…

SAN DIEGO – The cocaine overdose that lead to the death of a freshman sorority member at San Diego State University last year prompted a sweeping drug investigation that landed members of three fraternities in jail Tuesday on suspicion of dealing drugs on campus.

Twenty-nine people were arrested yesterday in raids at nine different locations, where agents found cocaine, ecstasy and three guns. For more details, click here and return back to comment.

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