Sigma Nu Fraternity death Investigation: two additional members arrested

Aaron Spring (left) and Thomas Emeterio (right)
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College Station police have released two additional names of Sigma Nu Fraternity members arrested for drug charges at the fraternity house during the party where fellow member Anton Gridnev died.

On the day of the incident on August 20, police issued a search warrant of the fraternity house as a result of the death at the overnight party.

Aaron Spring, 20, and Thomas Emeterio, 21, are a part of six new individuals separate from the original four fraternity members arrested for drug charges. All involved were residents of the fraternity house.

Authorities say during the search warrant they found Spring in illegal possession of: cocaine, MDMA, marijuana, mushrooms, THC extract (cannabis oils), Alprozolam and Adderall. Emeterio is alleged to be in illegal possession of dextroamphetamines and amphetamines.

Spring was also found to have suspected dimethyltryptamine and over $1,000 in cash on him, according to the police report.

Both were arrested Monday and released the same day, Spring on a $52,000 bond and Emeterio on a $2,000 bond.

The investigation into the death of Gridnev is still active.

The 19-year-old was celebrating his birthday weekend when he died. Police believe he may have overdosed on several drugs including ecstasy, hydrocodone, Xanax and potentially heroin.