COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- College Station police arrested two more Sigma Nu Fraternity members on Thursday.

Cole Teel-Jongebloed, 20, and Andrew Hyman, 22, were taken into custody in connection to the large amount of drugs found at the Sigma Nu house the night Anton Gridnev died.

According to a probable cause statement, investigators found cocaine, methylenedioxy methamphetamine (MDMA), two pipes used to smoke meth and more than $700 cash inside Teel-Jongebloed's room. Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) was found in Hyman's room.

Teel-Jongebloed and Hyman were charge with possession of a controlled substance; Teel-Jongebloed received an additional charge of manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance. Both men have posted bond.

A total of ten men have been linked to the drugs found in the fraternity house on August 20. Eight men have been arrested. The identities of the remaining two men will not be released until they are taken into custody.

Witnesses told police Gridnev had been celebrating his birthday and had taken an unknown amount of drugs, including Alprazolam, Hydrocodone, ecstasy and possibly heroin. He died of an apparent overdose.

The case remains under investigation.