University Of Alabama Student Arrested With $10,000 Xanax Pills

by 2 years ago
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I know that T-Town likes to get down, but I didn’t realize the University of Alabama was filled with manic pill poppers. A 22-year-old University of Alabama student  was arrested with more than 10,000 Xanax pills in a massive drug bust in Tuscaloosa. Via AL.com:

Narcotics agents in Tuscaloosa arrested a 22-year-old University of Alabama student accused of possessing massive amounts of the prescription anti-anxiety pill Xanax.

Sgt. Brent Blankley said agents with the West Alabama Narcotics Task Force conducted a month-long investigation that eventually led to the doorstep of the alleged dealer, Ryan Patrick Jones.

Jones was arrested at a home on Meador Drive, very near to the University of Alabama campus, where agents found more than 10,000 Xanax pills and 141 grams of marijuana.

Ryan Patrick Jones was arrested Wednesday night after police allegedly found 10,000 Xanax pills in his home near the University of Alabama campus.

Blankley said officers estimate the street value of the drugs is more than $75,000.

His bond is set at $35,000. I think it’s kind of funny he has a Team RealTree camo shirt on. Way to dabble in stereotypes, Alabama. Via:

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