Fort Worth police have released some of the details of a drug investigation centering on an apartment building near the campus of Texas Christian University, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Wednesday.The operation resulted in the arrests of 23 people, as well as the seizure of nine weapons (five rifles, three shotguns and a set of brass knuckles), 2.7 pounds of marijuana and around $46,000 in cash.
Among those arrested were four members of the TCU Horned Frogs football team. The details of their arrests were chronicled in the Star-Telegram report:
The "after-action report," essentially an interoffice memo that summarizes the results of the operation, indicates that no drugs were found at the home on Brady Avenue shared by defensive tackle David Yendrey and offensive tackle Tyler Horn.
A shotgun, 4 ounces of marijuana and paraphernalia including pipes and a grinder were among the items seized from the home of cornerback Devin Johnson.
A half-ounce of marijuana, five pipes and a digital scale were found at the home of linebacker Tanner Brock.