Video: Gallaudet student arrested on drug distribution charges.
The Washington Post - Police have arrested and charged a Gallaudet University student with intending to distribute drugs after authorities said they found two pounds of marijuana some baked into fudge and cookies in her dorm room on the Northeast Washington campus.
A D.C. Superior Court judge on Monday released Molly E. Sachs to a drug treatment center and ordered her to appear for a preliminary hearing on Jan. 31, according to online court records.
Sachs is charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, a felony.
A university spokeswoman confirmed that Sachs is a student and said the school is cooperating with authorities. Statistics show that in 2011, the latest available, three students at the school for the Deaf were arrested on drug charges in dorms, and 147 were referred to campus judicial review for drug-related issues.
The school has about 1,100 undergraduates. D.C. police say in court documents that a school security officer had been notified by a resident assistant about a strong odor of marijuana from a dorm room... Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/crime-scene/post/gallaudet-student-arrested-on-drug-distribution-charges/2013/01/28/3d8e09d0-69a3-11e2-ada3-d86a4806d5ee_blog.html
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ABC7 - A local college student from Gallaudet University is in big trouble Monday after police say she was busted with a huge stash of drugs that she intended to distribute it to others.
According to 31-year-old Molly Sachs' online resume, she is a senior at Gallaudet University with plans of graduating in May. She’s in a sorority and loves to do volunteer work. D.C. police say Sunday night they arrested her after a sizeable amount of marijuana, pills and cash were found in her dorm room.
Police allege she was dealing. According to court documents, a resident adviser called campus police after smelling marijuana coming from a dorm room... Read more: http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/01/molly-sachs-gallaudet-university-arrested-for-allegedly-dealing-drugs-84577.html