The paper cited an application for a search warrant in reporting that police arrived at the apartment on the evening of April 25 to assist residence life with dispersing a loud party. The application stated that a fire alarm inside the apartment had gone off.
The CDT went on to report that upon entering the apartment, police spotted marijuana in plain view in the kitchen and could smell marijuana. That prompted them to file for a search warrant, which was approved by a judge in the early morning hours of April 26.
The CDT said police have not filed a return on the warrant yet and that a police spokesman said the investigation is continuing.
FOS will not release the apartment number or the names of the players police listed as living there unless charges are filed.