DePaul students arrested after selling Xanax to undercover police

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Four DePaul University students were arrested on Tuesday, March 28 after selling over 100 Xanax pills to undercover police officers. 

The arrests of the following students were made near DePaul’s Lincoln Park Campus. The students were charged with felony manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance near a school or park:

(Left to right) Paul Fontana, Marc Anthony V. Randazzo, Chad J. Yale, and Cole D. Hanusa, all students at DePaul, are in custody after selling over 100 Xanax pills to undercover police officers. (Photo courtesy of CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT)

Paul Fontana, 20, 2200 block of North Lincoln Avenue

Cole D. Hanusa, 20, 2200 block of North Lincoln Avenue
Marc Anthony Randazzo, 21, 2300 block of North Wayne Avenue
Chad J. Yale, 20, 2400 block of North Seminary Avenue
The bail hearing for these students was scheduled for Wednesday, March 29.
The university has not released a statement.