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Another Ivy Drug Bust: Cornell Student Arrested With $150,000 Worth Of Heroin

Cornell student Keri Blakinger was arrested on Saturday after police found her in possession of nearly six ounces of heroin, the Cornell Sun reported. The 26-year-old's been charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the second degree, a class A-II felony. The market value of the drug has been estimated at $150,000. That's the second Ivy League drug bust this month! Earlier in December, five Columbia kids and three "off-campus suppliers" were arrested for their alleged involvement in a drug ring that sold to on-campus frat houses.
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