Monday, April 29, 2013

ETSU Incident Investigation Continues
An investigation into some unusual items on the campus of ETSU continues. Multiple police agencies, including the ATF and FBI searched and later evacuated BUC Ridge Apartments. The incident started Friday night when a fire alarm went off at the complex and police arrested Ellias Rasmussen when they found marijuana, drug paraphernalia and $575. After his arrest, police went to his apartment and found two other students smoking pot. Upon further investigation they found marijuana, crystal pellets, propane tanks, powders, fertilizers and a non active pressure cooker, which is when officials decided to evacuate the building. They determined the items were not being used for manufacturing any type of explosive device, but the powders and the liquid are being sent to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for analysis. Various marijuana-related drug charges have been filed against four ETSU students. Ellias Rasmussen, Rishi Malhotra, Brandon Buchanan and Wesley Miracle have been arrested. (JH)

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