Four people were arrested after police found more than $32,000 in drugs and nearly $29,000 in cash during a raid at Rowan University dormitory.

Glassboro police said investigators found LSD, MDMA (commonly known as "Molly") and marijuana, as well manufacturing and packaging supplies and the cash, while executing a search warrant at the Edgewood Apartments on Rowan's campus.

Police seized a safe that contained about 100 doses of LSD, which has a street value of about $2,000; about three-quarters of a pound of MDMA, with a street value of about $30,000; marijuana; manufacturing and packaging tools; and $28,924 in cash, authorities said.

Police allege the safe belonged to Rowan student Brian Taylor, 19, of Manchester, N.J. He is charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute LSD, possession with intent to distribute MDMA, distribution of drugs in a school zone and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Three other 19-year-olds were also arrested on charges of possession marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Authorities identified them as Brian Bal, of Bogota, N.J.; Daniel Luzniak, of Pompton Lakes, N.J.; and Kayla Mehalick, of Middleton, N.J.

Police only identified Taylor and Bal as Rowan students, but the university's online student directory indicates all four teenagers were enrolled at the school.

Taylor was being held at the Salem County Jail on $50,000 bail. The other three were issued summonses.

Authorities said the investigation is continuing.