Student marijuana possession arrests double since fall at UT Arlington
UTA student arrests in connection with marijuana possession have doubled since the fall semester, according to UTA Police.
Last semester, eight nonstudents and two students were arrested in connection with marijuana possession. This semester, five nonstudents and five students have been arrested in connection with possession, according to UTA crime logs.
“I can’t necessarily say there is an increase in use, but we are seeing an increase in enforcement, an increase in coming into contact with violators and of course we’re going to take action against those violators,” assistant police chief Rick Gomez said. Read more
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