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Ecstasy, marijuana and LSD are just some of the things police found in 21-year-old former UCF student Max Waters' bedroom, after they found drugs in his car during a traffic stop. Waters reportedly studied biomedical sciences at UCF up until being charged with drug trafficking.

Waters was pulled over for a traffic stop, according to a report by WFTV, and the occupants told investigators they purchased the drugs from Waters.

Upon investigating his home, Orlando Police Department officers not only found drugs but also $40,000 in cash, a handwritten formula for producing ecstasy and other materials used to produce the drug, WFTV reported.

Waters was released from the Orange County jail after posting a $250,000 bond.

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