Georgetown University freshman Kelly Baltazar, who was arrested Tuesday evening, pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to distribute at her arraignment Wednesday evening, according to a post on the Vox Populi, the online blog of Georgetown student newspaper The Voice. Baltazar was released from custody.
Tuesday's arrest comes on the heels of Saturday's arrest of two students and one visitor after police discovered a suspected drug lab at Georgetown University.
NBC Washington reported that Georgetown University spokeswoman Julie Bataille confirmed the Tuesday night arrest. Baltazar lived in Harbin Hall, the same dorm as drug lab suspects Charles Smith and John Romano. Harbin Hall is a freshman dormitory on the 3700 block of O Street.
Bataille told NBC that Baltazar would go through the school's confidential disciplinary system; she could be expelled.