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Columbia students arrested as part of campus drug ring

New York police have put an end to a Columbia University drug ring after a five month investigation resulted in the arrests of five students, and three others, in connection with the case. The students distributed drugs such as marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy, around the university and mostly at campus fraternity houses. The investigation involved undercover police purchases of $11,000 in illicit drugs, and was dubbed “Operation Ivy League.”

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