Man accused of selling marijuana, prescription drugs from frat house

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — 28-year-old Thomas Kreinbring faces multiple charges for allegedly having and selling marijuana from the Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) fraternity house on Oakland Ave. on Milwaukee’s east side.

Kreinbring faces the following charges: Possession with intent to deliver controlled substance, possession of prescription drug without valid prescription and keeping a drug house.

According to the criminal complaint, police executed a search warrant on the TKE fraternity house on Tuesday, September 16th. The complaint indicates that during the search of Kreinbring’s room, officers found “2 bags of suspected marijuana,” “a digital scale with suspected marijuana residue, a pipe and two boxes of sandwich bags.” The officers also found pills that were later identified as Adderall.

According to the complaint, Kreinbring told police “he smokes marijuana every day and drinks every night.” He told officers “he had four different bags of marijuana in his room and that he purchases four different kinds of marijuana for different purposes (one for studying, one for sleeping, and one for ‘going on a different plane’).”

Kreinbring denied selling marijuana, but the complaint says “if a roommate asked him for some, he would sell it to them for whatever he paid for the marijuana.”

If convicted, Kreinbring faces up to three-and-a-half years in prison and $10,000 in fines.

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