ARDMORE, Pa. — Pennsylvania authorities have broken up a drug ring they say was run by two prep school graduates. They say it supplied marijuana and cocaine to a number of high schools in Philadelphia's affluent Main Line suburbs and to three colleges.
Montgomery County prosecutors identified the leaders of the operation as 25-year-old Neil Scott and 18-year-old Timothy Brooks, both graduates of The Haverford School. The two college dropouts are scheduled to be arraigned Monday afternoon.
Charges against them include conspiracy and possession with intent to deliver drugs.
Prosecutors say the two employed students at Lafayette College in Easton, Haverford College, The Haverford School and at Radnor and Lower Merion high schools to peddle the drugs.
Eight suspects have been arrested.
Authorities say the ring also distributed drugs to Gettysburg College in central Pennsylvania and to Harriton and Conestoga high schools.