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Bloomington Herald-Times

April 19, 2012

Two IU students arrested on drug charges
By Christy Mullins
April 19, 2012

Indiana University police have found psychedelic mushrooms, Xanax, marijuana and more on students this week, and so far three students have been charged with dealing a variety of drugs.

Two of the students, Sean Michael Rosing and Andrew Joseph Tschiltsch, both 21, are residents of the Phi Kappa fraternity house, 1400 N. Jordan Ave., according to jail records.

Rosing and Tschiltsch were arrested on charges of dealing a controlled substance after police determined they were selling psychedelic mushrooms, IU Police Chief Keith Cash said in an email.

Preston Andrew Hare, 19, a resident of McNutt Residence Hall, was arrested Monday after police discovered he was dealing controlled substances and also found some in his car, Cash said. The list of drugs police found on Hare includes DMT, Xanax, Vyvanse and some marijuana, Cash said.

Cash would not release more information about the drug deals, citing an "ongoing investigation" into both.