Former UCF tennis player at center of federal drug investigation - FOX 35 News Orlando

Former UCF tennis player at center of federal drug investigation

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ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) -

Agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration tell FOX 35 that they have arrested a University of Central Florida student in a major drug case. 

Senior Sebastien Salzmann is accused of possession with intent to distribute methylone, which is commonly known as the party drug "molly." 

Federal documents show the DEA first focused on Salzmann in late March, after receiving a tip from an unnamed source.  The criminal complaint claims that the source helped agents set up a fake buy of a kilogram of methylone.

UCF confirms Salzmann is biology major and a former player on its men's tennis team. 

 

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