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Drug Busted at Fraternity House in Milledgeville; Police Arrest 3 Individuals

Drug Busted at Fraternity House in Milledgeville; Police Arrest 3 Individuals

Milledgeville, GA: Three individuals have been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation following a significant narcotics seizure at a fraternity house in Georgia.

In February, the GBI reported that the Middle Georgia Gang Task Force initiated an investigation into a fraternity residence on West Montgomery Street in Milledgeville, in collaboration with many other authorities. Law enforcement received information that suspected drugs had been delivered to the residence.

Georgia College campus police aided in the investigation. The fraternity home is located in close proximity to the university.

Authorities conducted a search warrant at the residence and discovered a significant quantity of suspected marijuana, THC vape cartridges, THC gummies, THC wax, and suspected mushrooms. Agents also discovered a tiny quantity of cocaine.

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On Friday, the GBI apprehended Drew Charles Courtenay, 19; Joseph Lombardi, 20; and Noah Petrick, 21, all residents of Milledgeville.

Courtenay was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of a Schedule I controlled substance with intent to distribute. Lombardi was arrested and accused for possessing a Schedule I controlled drug. Petrick was arrested and accused with cocaine possession. All offenses are classified as felonies.

It is uncertain whether the guys were students at Georgia College and State University, located in close proximity to the fraternity house. The fraternity involved was not identified by officials.

The investigation is currently in progress and additional arrests are likely to occur.

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