Source – Two graduates of a Haverford prep school were charged Monday with leading a drug trafficking ring they hoped would become the premiere marijuana outlet for high school and college students on the Main Line. According to authorities, they even gave their operation a name: “The Main Line take over project.” The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office said that Neil K. Scott, 25, of Haverford, and Timothy C. Brooks, 18, of Villanova, employed high school students at Lower Merion, Harriton, Conestoga, and Radnor High Schools and college students at Haverford, Gettysburg and Lafayette Colleges to peddle their wares.
Life imitates art on the Main Line in Philly (video above) as two men are arrested (11 total) in a Breaking Bad scenario gone awry. As it turns out, two of the biggest drug lords in Philly are former lacrosse players at The Haverford School. California proved to be the source for the drugs’ departure before winding up in Philly. They used their connections as youth lacrosse coaches to recruit dealers and customers.