Student arrested after LSD found in International House room

A 20-year-old male student was arrested after police found LSD, marijuana and drug paraphernalia in his International House room. File Photo by Katie Causey | Hatchet Staff Photographer
A male student was arrested in International House last month after campus and city police found lysergic acid diethylamide, commonly known as LSD, in his room.

Metropolitan Police Department officers were dispatched to the residence hall on Feb. 4 after the University Police Department was called to the seventh-floor room and found LSD and 2.67 ounces of marijuana, according to an MPD incident report and GW’s crime log.

University spokeswoman Maralee Csellar confirmed that the man who was arrested was a student.

Officers also found a scale with green “weed-like residue” and “CVS pill pouch bags,” according to the police report.

The student, a 20-year-old white man with blonde hair and a “slight beard,” was arrested for possession of LSD, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. He was brought to the Second District police station for processing.

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