BEREA, Ohio - Berea police raided a home on the 400 block of Front Street Friday morning following a several month investigation.
Once inside, officers found a lab and chemicals they believe are being used to create ecstasy.
Police have taken three suspects into custody including one female and two males.
At least one of the three students is a confirmed Baldwin Wallace University student. Berea Police Lt. Joe Hedinger said it's believed the other two suspects are also BW students.
George Richard, Assistant VP/Director University Relations at Baldwin Wallace, released the following statement:
"We are aware of the police investigation and the off-campus action this morning involving three of our students.
We are cooperating fully with that investigation and have been told that no charges have been filed at this point. The police also have asked that we not release any names or additional information at this time.
Additionally, the University's own judicial code involves a rigorous internal process and extends to student behavior on and off-campus."
The raid follows a several month investigation.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigations will be out at the scene Friday, processing the scene further to determine what exactly was being cooked in the lab.
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