2,500 Xanax bars seized; 4 arrests made in raid of North Carolina frat house

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GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) — More than 2,500 Xanax bars were seized and four arrests have been made after a raid of ECU’s Phi Kappa Tau fraternity house.

The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force conducted a search warrant at the house, located at 409 Elizabeth Street,on Tuesday.

The search warrant was the culmination of a three-week long investigation.

Beside the Xanax bars, two shotguns were seized, and police said marijuana was being sold from the home.

The fraternity has been placed on interim suspension. 

Grant Swanner, 20, faces the following charges:

  • PWISD Sch IV (3 Counts)
  • Maintain Dwelling (3 Counts)
  • Poss of alcohol underage
  • Poss of Drug paraphernalia

Nolan Leonard, 19, faces the following charges:

  • · PWISD Sch IV
  • · Maintain Dwelling
  • · Poss of up to 1/2 oz of marijuana
  • · Poss drug paraphernalia

Jordan Kowalski, 20, faces the following charges: 

  • PWISD Marijuana
  • Maintain Dwelling

William Carter, 20, faces the following charges: 

  • Poss Drug paraphernalia
  • Poss alcohol under 21

Swanner, Leonard and Kowalski are ECU students, the university confirmed. 9 On Your Side has not been able to confirm whether Carter attended ECU or not, and his photo was not available from the Pitt County Detention Center. 

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