College administrators in Conway say campus police and resident assistants will be the frontline of defense against drug problems on a new corner of campus. After years of trying, the University of Central Arkansas was just able to purchase the Mansard Apartments. Just 5 days ago, two freshmen girls and two of their adults friends were arrested there for operating a meth lab. UCAPD Chief Larry James says that area has been a source of frustration for years because it was nestled between campus buildings, but owned privately. That meant his officers didnt really have jurisdiction and couldnt patrol freely. Since the incident, officers are cruising through the apartments on bikes and in cars every hour. An officer is living on the premises as well. Administrators have also decided to move two new resident assistants into the complex. UCA President Lu Hardin says the arrests on August 30th were the first student felony meth arrests in the schools history. Hardin says, "we knew we were going to have to be very aggressive since we just took over the apartments and now weve even got to be more aggressive."