FSU PD Arrests Second Fraternity Member On Drug Charges

Nov 7, 2017

Daniel Martin, 20, has been arrested on cocaine charges.
Credit Leon County Jail

Florida State University police have arrested a second fraternity member accused of selling drugs on campus. The move comes a day after the school announced more arrests for drug sales would be forthcoming.

Monday FSU police arrested 20-year-old Phi Delta Theta member Garrett Marcy after executing a search warrant on his apartment at the fraternity’s house in Heritage Grove. Now under arrest is 22-year-old Daniel Martin, a member of Pi Kappa Phi—the same fraternity 20-year-old Andrew Coffey was pledging when he died after an off-campus party Friday.  The Tallahassee Police Department says alcohol may have played a role but an autopsy is still being conducted.

FSU PD says it executed a second search warrant Monday but did not say whether it was on a private home or a Greek house.

University president John Thrasher has suspended all Greek activities indefinitely. He told reporters the suspension will stay in place until there is a cultural change within the organizations at the school.