TCU Football Player’s & Student’s Arrested For Selling Drug’s To Undercover Officer’s!
Four TCU Football players and fifteen other players were arrested for selling drugs.
On Wednesday morning four Texas Christian University football players as well as fifteen other students and four other non-students were arrested on suspicion of selling drugs.
The suspects were caught selling drugs to undercover police officers. After reports of drugs being sold on and around campus undercover officers started a 6 month investigation in the Fort Worth area.
TCU's school officials have banned the students from the campus, class and school activities while the investigation is under way. School officials also said that kind of behavior is not tolerated on campus and more arrest could come.
The four football players who were arrested are Ty Horn, a sophomore offensive tackle; Devin Johnson; junior safety, D.J. Yendrey; junior defensive tackle and Tanner Brock, junior linebacker. The arrest come after the TCU Horned-Frogs finished the season with an impressive record of 11-2, they were ranked in the AP Top 25 division 1 football ratings. The Horned-Frogs are also preparing for the new season in there new conference, the Big 12.