Pro Tip: If You Want To Be A Successful Drug Dealer, Don’t Have 1,000 Xanax Pills Delivered To A Sorority House

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This story is HOT off the presses and very little information is publicly available at the moment, especially since the only link to said information I’m able to find is from a news outlet that requires a paid subscription to read articles in their entirety.

We do know, however, that a 20-year-old Indiana University student named Andrew David Thrall is a local pill pusher who had 1,000 Xanax pills delivered to the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house and was arrested soon after. He was charged with dealing in a controlled substance. That’s all I know.

From Times-Mail:

An Indiana University student charged with receiving 1,000-pill shipments of Xanax in the mail and then reselling then on campus was arrested Tuesday and charged with dealing in a controlled substance.

According to Indiana Universrity Police Department spokesman Lt. Craig Munroe, 20-year-old Andrew David Thrall allegedly ordered the anti-anxiety drug online and in bulk from a Canadian pharmacy and had several shipments mailed to IU’s Alpha Chi Omega sorority house at 1000 N. Jordan Ave.

I’m only left with a few theories as to how and why this went down, the prevailing one being that he used his poor, innocent girlfriend (presumably a resident of the AXO house) as an unknowing intermediary in his drug dealing scheme. He receives the shipment at a home where a clan of ditzy sorority babes (again, this is a theory – not saying anyone is ditzy) live, he slips in, grabs the merch, dips out, then hits the quad ready to peddle pills.

???

Profit.

However, I believe someone at the AXO house opened up his package before he was able to get his shady little hands on it. She saw what was in it, reported it to authorities, then the rest is history. This is absolutely definitely not how it went down.

[via Times-Mail]

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