College Student Busted Selling Drugs
Sarah Furay somehow managed to juggle her duties as a student and a drug dealer before her arrest by the College Station Police after marijuana, cocaine, meth, ecstasy and LSD were found in her apartment.
College can be rough, especially when you have to juggle classes, living on your own, friends and being a drug dealer. Yes, that’s right, a “drug dealer.” Blinn College student and dean’s list student, Sarah Furay, 19, was on November 6 for the manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance as well as drug possession.
College Student By Day and Drug Dealer By Night
Furay’s arrest came after the College Station Police arrived at her apartment armed with a search warrant and ready to seize any and all drugs they could find. Well, they hit pay dirt as they found “31.5 grams of packaged cocaine, 126 grams of high grade marijuana, 29 ecstasy tablets, methamphetamine and 60 doses of a drug similar to LSD,” according to KCEN. It’s unclear whether or not she was dipping into her own drug supply as there aren’t any reports of a 5 Panel Drug Test being performed.
In addition to the smorgasbord of drugs, police found additional paraphernalia like items to package the drugs, two digital scales and some pretty incriminating text messages on her cell phone that detailed her prior dealings as a baby faced drug kingpin. Police also recovered an inventory list of her drug supply that was handwritten by Furay. Clearly she preferred to operate her budding drug enterprise in old school fashion rather than keep track of her inventory using an Excel spreadsheet like other drug dealers.
Mugging for the Mugshot
At this point it deputies on the scene were certain that Furay was far more than a bubbly college co-ed, so they slapped some cuffs on her and took her to the Brazos County Jail where she was processed. In true optimistic millennial fashion, she wasn’t about to let a little thing like facing several felony drug charges keep her from taking a great mugshot. So, she put her best face forwards, smoothed her hair over the the side and rocked a winning smile that’s likely one of the happiest mugshots ever taken.
Furray was released from custody after posting a $39,000 bond.
Unfortunately for Furay, a sweet smile won’t get her a get out of prison free card. Quite the opposite, actually, She currently faces a state jail felony that could land her in jail for up to two years and having to pay a $10,000 fine due to the large amount of marijuana recovered. The charges don’t stop there, though, as she also looking at two first-degree felony charges and one second-degree felony charges for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substances. It’s highly unlikely Furay will be able to maintain her chipper disposition if she is convicted of the three felony charges since she may spend up to 215 years in federal prison on top of $30,000 in fines. Ouch!