Three additional arrests made during Wednesday’s drug raids, police records show
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Fort Worth Police arrested at least three additional people during two of Wednesday’s raids, according to police reports.
Warrants for the three were not included in the affidavit documents released by police Wednesday morning. However, police reports show that the three males were arrested at the same time other arrests were made in connection with a six-month undercover drug investigation.
Fort Worth Police did not immediately comment on the additional arrests.
Fort Worth and TCU police arrested 16 current students on suspicion of drug dealing Wednesday morning. Police had warrants for 18 people, including one former student. One student remains at-large.
According to police reports posted Thursday, Cameron Jacob Forgie, 22, and Eric C. Lodge, 22, were arrested at 3212 Waits Ave. at 7:19 a.m. The report of their arrest also includes the arrest of Bud Pollard Dillard, 21, and Earl Patrick Burke, 21.
Forgie, a former TCU student according to TCU’s email system, was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and less than 2 ounce of marijuana, according to police reports.
Dillard and Burke’s arrest warrants were released Wednesday by Fort Worth Police.
According to TCU’s email system, Lodge is an undergraduate entrepreneurial management major. Lodge was arrested on suspicion of a controlled substance less than 28 grams, according to the report.
Burke’s 2007 Black Cadillac Escalade was impounded at the time of the arrests.
According to the arrest report for Jordan Michael Donaldson, 22, he was arrested at the same time police took Jonathan Blake Jones, 19, and Eduardo Hernandez, 20, into custody. Donaldson, who is not a TCU student, was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces in a drug-free zone, according to the police report.
The three were arrested at Jones and Hernandez’s home on 2800 Wayside Ave, according to the police report.
Lexy Cruz and Mary Muller contributed to this report.
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