At an unusual student party, cocaine was split into a silver platter, and there were containers filled with drug-shaped pills.
The drugged students liked to photograph themselves on a bed on which were thrown a $ 100,000, and with the weapons of the party organization, Lance Barbaras, who also included his brother Landon in the business.
He worked with another dealer from the University, Douglas Dodd, who has grown the business with tablets in just three years.
The third member of this team, Justin Knox, a wrestler from the University of Cumberland, was arrested shortly after this party in 2009, and that was the beginning of the end for the drug dealers in the college.
Dodd published all this in the book Generation Oxy, describing how he made a drug empire that was earning $ 40,000 a month.
At only 17 years, Dodd was arrested for possession of marijuana, so he had to reorient himself on tablets for the pain- – Oxycodone, which did not appear on drug tests.
He was so battered by this new drug that he began to resell. He did not expect the success that he had managed. He bought 100 pills for an eight dollar price per piece and sold them in record time.
Soon he sold 2,000 pills per month and earned $ 5,000 in the first month. Shortly after that, he became a partner with several friends and in the most profitable period, they earned 40 thousand dollars in a month.
But since they became addicts too, the problems began to slumber. Dood graduated in 2007, and already in 2008, he photographed himself with automatic rifles scrambled to some passers-by.
In October 2009, Dodd was arrested with his associates and 100,000 dollars were seized, and the Oxycodone pill with a value of $ 50,000.
Dood accepted to co-operate with the authorities and received a six-year prison sentence, while Lance was sentenced to 15 years in prison.