New details were released Tuesday on the sudden student death at local fraternity house and the ongoing investigation into drug activity inside.
Sigma Nu Fraternity Executive Director Brad Beacham tells KBTX the Texas A&M chapter of the organization has "ceased its own activities for the time being."
"The fraternity supports this action," said Beacham.
A 19-year-old member of the group died Saturday following an overnight party at the house on Fraternity Row in College Station.
College Station police believe Anton Gridnev, from Frisco, died of a drug overdose.
Police confirmed today members of the house moved Gridnev's body after finding him unconscious Saturday morning. College Station police told KHOU-TV in Houston the teen was moved to help cover up drug activity inside the house.
Investigators found ecstasy, LSD and marijuana inside the house during their investigation.
Four members of the fraternity were arrested and booked into the county jail on drug-related charges. Three others were given citations.
College Station police say its working with the Brazos County District Attorney's Office to determine if more charges will be filed.