There are more problems for an ECU fraternity that saw its charter revoked two years ago.
Greenville police arrested three people at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house Wednesday night after an officer spotted several street signs hanging on the walls inside. After getting a search warrant, police found drugs in the house.
Officers found 49 grams of marijuana packaged for resale, a digital scale, 3 adderall pills, and $80 cash, along with 12 stolen street signs.
They charged Levi Coleman with possession with intent to sell & deliver marijuana, maintain a dwelling for the purpose of selling controlled substances, & possession of drug paraphernalia; James Mead was charged with possession of schedule II controlled substances (adderall), maintain a dwelling for purpose of selling controlled substances, & possession of drug paraphernalia; and Collin King was charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, maintain a dwelling for the purpose of selling controlled substances, & possession of drug paraphernalia.
All three were jailed under $25,000 secured bonds.
ECU says Sigma Phi Epsilon is currently under investigation due to what they said was a recent incident that happened at the chapter house.
In December 2010, Sig Ep had its charter revoked by the national organization. But in April 2011 the national chapter reinstated the charter after hearing a student appeal.
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