Members of Sigma Nu Fraternity Indicted After Texas A&M Overdose Death
Six former members of the Sigma Nu Fraternity have been indicted by a grand jury in the overdose death of a 19-year-old student at Texas A&M.
Michael Frymire, Andrew Hyman, Samuel Patterson, Aaron Spring, Alexander Statler and Cole Teel-Jongbloed have all been indicted by the Brazos County District Attorney's Office for drug charges. Each of them were arrested after the death of Anton Gridnev in 2016. Gridnev overdosed while in the fraternity's house.
College Station Police searched the house after receiving a warrant and found marijuana, heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, mushrooms, adderall, and large amounts of drug paraphernalia. Along with the drugs, College Station Police also took cell phones, guns, and money from the Sigma Nu House.
After Gridnev's death, Sigma Nu closed the chapter of it's fraternity on the Texas A&M Campus. A spokesperson for A&M says they do not expect to see additional charges added.