I left the name of the fraternity out of the headline for a reason. I didn’t want our “take the headline and run” generation to walk away with an inaccurate account of this story, because as a commenter points out in the original article from News-Leader, arrests were made in the fraternity house, but fraternity members were not involved. I have no way of proving or disproving his claim, but Nick Scroggins seems to be on top of this story, so we’re taking his word for it.
A confidential informant purchased marijuana from the man at the Sigma Pi house, 1000 E. Elm St., leading to five arrests on Wednesday, search warrant return documents say. Officers funded the informant’s purchase of marijuana. A field test kit confirmed it was marijuana, documents say.
Now yes, it’s fair game to poke fun at the Sigma Pi chapter at Missouri State for having to rent out rooms to random independents, university mandated or otherwise. I just wanted to even the score for these guys in light of the sloppy reporting, because the article leads the reader to believe five Sigma Pi members were cuffed on drug charges, and we don’t believe that to be the case.
Now to the actual story:
The purchase of marijuana from a man called “Lil Bruh” led police to seize marijuana and narcotic equipment from a fraternity house near Missouri State.
Lil Bruh, the fraternity house-living pot dealer. He’s got to be one of the more popular kids at school, right? But here’s the thing about Lil Bruh: he is one audacious lil fucker. He turned this fraternity house into a marijuana distribution hub, something that I’m amazed was able to occur under the lackadaisical eye of the chapter.
Thanks to Lil Bruh’s equally lackadaisical clientele screening process, a police informant was able to make his way into Lil Bruh’s pot-dealing operation and gather the evidence to shut it down.
Police located marijuana along with a marijuana bud and burned marijuana cigarettes in the fraternity room, according to documents. Electronic scales, plastic bags, clothing, a backpack, a calculator and other office equipment were seized.
Busted, Lil Bruh.
You have to wonder what kind of references Lil Bruh turned in during his lease application process, and if the chapter properly vetted Lil Bruh, what would those references have said about him?
“Yeah, Lil Bruh lived in a room I had for rent last year. He mainly kept to himself for the most part, but he did have some sketchy looking visitors in and out pretty frequently. I don’t really know what that was about, but he always seemed to be pretty jovial and high-spirited.
But then again, he goes by Lil Bruh, so…”
Stupid, stoned, and nicknamed “Lil Bruh” is no way to go through life, son.
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