Two LSSU students arrested, charged for selling LSD, other drugs on campus
CHIPPEWA COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- A drug investigation leads to the arrest of two Lake Superior State University students.
The Tri-County Drug Enforcement Taskforce (TRIDENT) was investigating the selling of LSD (acid), ecstasy and prescription pills on the campus of LSSU.
During the investigation, detectives were led to a dorm room which ultimately involved two students selling the narcotics.
William Wright, 21 of Fremont, and David Hall, 20 of Linden, were arrested in connection to the case.
On Wednesday, Wright was charged with:
- Two counts delivery of LSD (Acid)
- Three counts delivery of amphetamine
- Conspiracy to delivery LSD (Acid)
- Conspiracy to delivery amphetamine
- Delivery of MDMA (Ecstasy)
- Two counts delivery of counterfeit LSD
- Two counts possession on school/library property
- Four counts of maintaining a drug house
Hall was charged with:
- Three counts of delivery of amphetamine
- Delivery of LSD (Acid)
- Three counts maintaining a drug house
- Conspiracy to deliver LSD (Acid)
- Conspiracy to deliver amphetamine
During a search of the dorm room, LSD, amphetamines and money were found.
Detectives said several controlled purchases were also conducted over the past several months from both suspects.