The Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office formally charged three more people Thursday in connection with a drug investigation at Texas Christian University.
Nearly 20 current and former students were arrested Feb. 15 during an early-raid at and around TCU, including four football players. An internal Fort Worth police memo listed 21 people the department issued warrants for.
On Thursday morning, Bud Dillard was charged with the following:
•Bud Pollard Dillard, 21, of Fort Worth, was charged with delivery of alprazolam, more than 28 grams but less than 200 grams - a second-degree felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine. He was also charged with possessing less than 28 grams of alprazolam, a Class A misdemeanor, and possessing a usable quantity of marijuana of two ounces or less, a Class B misdemeanor.
On Thursday afternoon, Cameron Forgie was added to the list of defendants.
• Cameron Jacob Forgie, 22, of Fort Worth, was charged with possessing less than 28 grams of alprazolam, a Class A misdemeanor, and possessing a useable quantity of marijuana of two ounces or less, a Class B misdemeanor.
Fort Worth police documents indicate that as many as 10 more arrests are possible and that the investigation is not over, but a police spokesman also declined to comment on the investigation Wednesday.
Three others were charged Wednesday, Katherine Petrie, Jordan Sherman and William Hoffman.
Editor’s Note: The name of one of the people involved in this case has been removed from this article because the case against him was dismissed and his records were expunged.