Tuscaloosa Police Chief Steven Anderson said Tuesday that the 74 people (at least 61 of which were students at UA) might end up becoming a record number of arrests. While the majority of the 183 drug charges were dealing with marijuana, other arrests included LSD, cocaine, ecstasy, and mushrooms.

While marijuana might not seem like a serious offense considering it's slowly becoming legal across the country, the fact that five organizations - TPD, UAPD, Northport PD, U.S. Marshals, Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office - came together for a two-month operation indicates the issue goes beyond "students being students."

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