Lawyers Defend Ex-Students Charged in ‘Main Line Takeover’ Drug Case

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Lawyers for two students accused of being ringleaders in “Main Line takeover” drug bust have released statements to ABC News about their clients.

Prosecutors accuse Timothy Brooks, 18, and Neil Scott, 25 — both graduates of the Haverford School — of running an elaborate drug ring that sold marijuana and other drugs at high schools and colleges on the Main Line. The alleged preppie drug dealers are accused of having “sub-dealers” sell for them at the high schools.

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Apparently the Main Line Is One Giant Episode of Weeds

You know, they say people move to the suburbs to get away from drugs and crime, the young men running around with guns and cash trying to become underworld kingpins. Counter-theory: The ’burbs are the best place to get away with that stuff.

Until they aren’t.

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