Fort Worth police have released the current totals from a drug operation that began in October after complaints of drug activity at an apartment building near TCU.
In an "after-action report" dated Feb. 20, police said the operation had, as of mid-February, resulted in 23 arrests -- with 10 more to come -- and the seizure of nine weapons, about 2.7 pounds of marijuana and about $46,000 in cash.
One of the weapons, according to the document released Wednesday, was a rifle found "on TCU property, at 3508 Pond Drive.
The estimated street value of the drugs seized, police said in the summary, was about $29,000.
Included in that total, aside from the marijuana, were 37 grams of prescription pills (Xanax, Hydrocodone, Soma, Ambien); 1.10 grams of cocaine and methamphetamines; and 5.3 grams of MDMA, also known generally as Ecstasy (in pill form) and molly (in crystal or powder form).
TCU said on Feb. 15 that 15 of those arrested were current students, accused of selling drugs to undercover officers during the four-month sting. Four were members of the Horned Frog football team.
The "after-action report," essentially an interoffice memo that summarizes the results of the operation, indicates that no drugs were found at the home on Brady Avenue shared by defensive tackle David Yendrey and offensive tackle Tyler Horn.
A shotgun, 4 ounces of marijuana and paraphernalia including pipes and a grinder were among the items seized from the home of cornerback Devin Johnson.
A half-ounce of marijuana, five pipes and a digital scale were found at the home of linebacker Tanner Brock.
The document says that a warrant for an "Austin Michael Carpenter," born May 18, 1992, remained outstanding as of Feb. 20. On the day the roundup was announced, police identified the wrong Austin Carpenter in a photo and arrest warrant affidavit.
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(Photo, by Paul Moseley/Star-Telegram: Texas Christian University Chancellor Victor Boschini Jr. listens as Fort Worth police Capt. Ken Dean speaks at a Feb. 15 news conference.)
At the South University home of Peter Signavong, 21, police said they seized 11.78 ounces of marijuana, 0.4 grams of meth, 0.9 grams of Ecstasy, 4.4 grams of MDMA (molly), almost $4,000 in cash, two digital scales and "drug paraphernalia," including a grinder and clear capsules, the report says.
At the Waits Avenue home of Bud Dillard, 21; Earl Burke, 21; Eric Lodge, 22; and Cameron Forgie, 22, police said they seized 14.29 ounces of marijuana, 37 grams of "dangerous drug (Xanax, Hydrocodone, Soma, Ambien)," $705 in cash, two shotguns, four rifles, a "fraudulent driver's license picture," two digital scales and pipes, baggies, clear plastic capsules and a grinder. They also took five Apple iPhones and two Apple laptops.
UPDATE TWO: Looks like the weapons seized were five rifles, three shotguns and a set of brass knuckles, according to the documents.
UPDATE THREE: The summary says police have filed 81 charges in the case, most of them for delivery of marijuana. Melody McDonald, a spokeswoman for the Tarrant County district attorney's office, said Wednesday afternoon that the DA is awaiting "complete information" from Fort Worth police before deciding whether to accept the cases.