ORLANDO, Fla. - An investigation into a student's LSD overdose led the University of Central Florida Police Department to arrest a student who claimed to be the "biggest" dealer on campus and another student who was selling drugs from his dorm, officials said.
Around 11:15 p.m Nov. 28, UCF police officers received a report of two students who were high on LSD on campus, one of whom had to be taken to an area hospital to be treated for an overdose.
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The next day, the students involved told officers that they had purchased 5 tabs of LSD and $20 worth of marijuana from Christopher Corsini, who was selling the drugs from his Hercules community dorm room, according to an arrest warrant.
A search warrant was executed for Corsini's dorm Dec. 4 and police said when they arrived, they could smell marijuana smoke and they found 457 grams of marijuana, 4.97 grams of LSD, 0.28 grams of cocaine, one MDMA pill, 25 Alprazolam bars, 19.35 grams of THC wax plus paraphernalia and more than $1,000 in cash.
One person was there buying drugs when officers arrived, the report said. Corsini's roommate told police that he would sell marijuana on Corsini's behalf when he was not at the dorm.
During the investigation into Corsini's drug dealing, police said they were given the name of another man who was selling drugs out of his dorm.
UCF police say they confiscated these drugs while investigating two students accused of dealing drugs on campus.
On Dec. 4, that informant messaged Patrick Munoz through Snapchat while he was with an officer and told Munuz he wanted to buy an ounce of marijuana, according to the report. Munoz agreed to meet the informant at a parking garage on campus to sell him the drugs, police said.
When Munoz arrived, police said he had two bags of marijuana in his possession. Although he initially denied selling drugs, he later admitted to police that he was the "biggest" drug dealer on campus and he had been selling thousands of dollars worth of drugs from his dorm room in the Libra community, according to the report.
He told officers he confessed because he wanted to stop selling drugs and turn his life around.
Munoz said he had recently been robbed, so he stashed his drugs in a bag at a friend's apartment. In that bag police said they found 283 grams of marijuana and 0.1 grams of LSD.
Munoz faces charges of possession of marijuana with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a college and possession of LSD.
Corsini faces charges of trafficking in LSD, possession of cannabis within 1,000 feet of a school, possession of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school, possession of MDMA, possession of alprazolam and possession of THC.
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