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Criminal Defense: Warrants issued for frat members following death at Texas A&M fraternity

Posted on September 17, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush

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Authorities are searching for six members of a Texas A&M fraternity after drugs were discovered at a frat house party where a student was found unresponsive and later died at the hospital.

The warrants for the six range from possession of marijuana to manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. They are the result of an investigation after officers were called to a party about 4:40 a.m. Aug. 20 at the Sigma Nu fraternity house at 550 Fraternity Row, according to the College Station Police Department.

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Police said when officers arrived, party-goers showed them a fraternity member, later identified as Anton Gridnev, who was unconscious and not breathing.

Gridnev, of Frisco, was rushed to College Station Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

After finding illegal substances in the house, police arrested Samuel Patterson, 21, for possession of LSD and MDMA, known as ecstasy; Michael Frymire, 20, for possession of cannabis hash oil; and Ty Robertson, 21, and Christian Sandford, 18, for possession of marijuana. It is not known if those arrested are A&M students.

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Maxwell Gollomp, 19, a College Station resident from Bellaire; John Cain, 19, a College Station resident from Houston; and Zachary Farmer, 20, a College Station resident from Denton were all cited for drug paraphernalia, a Class C misdemeanor.

Officials said the investigation identified six other people in connection to the illegal drugs. Police will release their names once they have been taken into custody.

Story provided by Houston Chronicle. 

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