9 arrests of prep school drug traffickers were made Monday over a large drug ring that involved a number of schools in Philadelphia, Penn. On Monday, two men were arraigned on drug charges and other counts. Both of them graduated from The Haverford School. The men arrested were alleged drug ring leaders Neil Scott, 25, and Timothy Brooks, 18.
In an Uptown Magazine report, the drug ring was so big, that benefits were offered to those working as "sub-dealers." These individuals had to meet a weekly quota in the sale of marijuana.
After the 9 arrests were made, officials said the drug ring operation was centered around distributing substance to students who attended The Haverford School, Lower Merion High School, Conestoga High School, Radnor High School, Haverford College, Harriton High School, Lafayette College, and Gettysburg College.
Prior to the 9 arrests of the prep school drug ring, prosecutors had confiscated a vast amount of marijuana, hash oil, cocaine, Ecstacy, $11,000 cash, and a handgun that was loaded. They also retrieved an AR-15 assault rifles.
Seven alleged “sub-dealers” also part of the prep school arrests. They were Daniel McGrath, 18, John Rosemann, 20, Christian Euler, 23, Garrett Johnson, 18, Reid Cohen, 18, Willow Orr, 22, and Domenic Curcio, 29.
This story of 9 arrests of prep school drug traffickers is a big shock to those in Philadelphia. It's unknown how many students purchased drugs from this huge operation.