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Four arrests over two days at one Raleigh townhouse

Three North Carolina State University students were recently arrested over a span of two days at a Raleigh townhouse. Another person -- a non-student -- was also arrested on drug charges at the residence near the campus, law enforcement officials said.

The suspects include three men -- ages 20, 21 and 22 -- who are all students, as well as a 19-year-old woman who is not enrolled at the university, police said.

The first person arrested was the 20-year-old. He was charged with possession of marijuana and concentrated THC (the active ingredient in marijuana). Like the other three suspects, he is also accused of maintaining the Fox Sterling Drive townhouse to keep and sell drugs.

Police returned to the townhouse the day after taking him into custody and arrested the 22-year-old on charges of possessing about three ounces of weed, one ounce of psilocybin, more than an ounce of THC, as well as unspecified amounts of oxycodone (a pain medication), promethazine (an antihistamine) and lisdexamfetamine (a stimulant).

The 21-year-old has been charged with possession of alprazolam (an anti-anxiety medication), LSD and a small amount of marijuana.

The 19-year-old was charged with LSD possession, according to an article in the News & Observer.

It is not clear why law enforcement officials made the arrests over two days.

Clearly, the three students face the possibility of academic sanctions as well as the potential for jail time, fines, probation and more.

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