Six indicted on drug charges following death of Sigma Nu fraternity brother

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX)- A grand jury has handed up indictments for six former members of the Sigma Nu fraternity following the death of a 19-year-old last year in College Station.

Michael Frymire, Andrew Hyman, Samuel Patterson, Aaron Spring, Alexander Statler and Cole Teel-Jongbloed have each been indicted on various drug charges, according to the Brazos County District Attorney's Office.

The six were arrested after Anton Gridnev, 19, died from a drug overdose in the fraternity's home in 2016.

Following Gridnev's death, College Station police executed a search warrant of the fraternity's home and found marijuana, heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, mushrooms, adderall and a large amount of drug paraphernalia scattered across the house.

Ty Robertson, Christian Sandford and Thomas Emeterio are also facing drug-related charges connected to the investigation.

Three other members were issued citations by police for possession of drug paraphernalia. They are John Cane, Zachery Farmer and Maxwell Gollomp.

A spokesman for College Station police said on Monday that no additional charges are expected in the investigation.

Several hearings are already on court dockets for next month for some of the men who have been charged.

In addition to the drugs, College Station police also took cell phones, money, and guns from the house, according to documents obtained by KBTX.

Following Gridnev's death, the national chapter of Sigma Nu pulled the plug on the local chapter.