IU student arrested for dealing prescription drugs from fraternity house

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (March 5, 2015)-- An Indiana University student was arrested for buying a large amount of drugs and dealing from inside his fraternity house. Andrew Thrall, 20, faces a felony charge of dealing a controlled substance.

IU police say Thrall would buy Xanax online and then sell it from the Delta Tau Delta house in Bloomington. They had been investigating Thrall's activities for months.

"He was getting these tablets shipped from Canada. Having them delivered to a sorority house where his girlfriend lived. And then he would pick them up from there and take them to his fraternity house and sell those tablets," explained Lt. Craig Munroe of IUPD.

Police found him at the Alpha Chi Omega sorority along with a package of 1,000 Xanax tablets. They found even more drugs in his room at his house.

Both IU and the Interfraternity Council said they were cooperating with police.

"We are working with law enforcement and the university on this matter, and do not condone the alleged actions..." said a member of the IFC.

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