5 Shippensburg students charged with selling drugs

April 27, 2000

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Five Shippensburg University students were in Cumblerland County Prison Thursday night after Mid-Cumberland Valley Regional Police charged them with selling LSD, cocaine and marijuana.

The six-month investigation involved the purchase of drugs in dorms and other university properties by undercover officers, according to police. The Cumberland County Drug Task Force took part in the investigation, police said.

The following people were charged, according to police:

* Matthew A. Keavney, 20, New Oxford, Pa., devlivery of mairjuana and criminal conspiracy.

* Dustin L. Weiss, 20, Lehighton, Pa., delivery of marijuana and criminal conspiracy.

* Khalil H. Dorn, 20, Germantown, Pa., delivery of cocaine and criminal conspiracy.

* Donald D. Cave III, 20, Yeadon, of cocaine and criminal conspiracy.

* Chad Bohn, age unavailable, Bedford, Pa., delivery of marijuana.

Bond for Weiss was set at $35,000 and the bond for Keavney, Dorn and Bohn was $25,000 each, police said. Cave's bond was set at $20,000.


All five were still being held in Cumberland County Prison Thursday night, according to a prison official.

Cumberland County District Attorney Skip Ebert said the arrests were not related to an investigation into the death of Sydney Bull, a 23-year-old marketing major from Norristown, Pa., who was found shot in the head and burned Tuesday in a remote area of Michaux State Forest.

Weiss and Bohn lived in College Park Apartments and Dorn and Cave were residents of Lackhove Hall, police said. Keavney was a resident of Naugle Hall, according to the report.

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