Another Guilty Plea in Main Line Drug Ring
Timothy Brooks, who prosecutors have charged as second in command in the Main Line drug ring, pleaded guilty Tuesday to five of the 13 counts against him. The other counts are expected to be dropped at sentencing.
Brooks, 19, say prosecutors, was one of the two ringleaders of the drug ring that sold marijuana and other drugs to students at Main Line high schools and colleges. Prosecutors say Neil K. Scott was more culpable in the scheme, but Brooks is the one who coined the phrase “Main Line takeover project.”
In a Philadelphia magazine story earlier this year, Simon van Zuylen-Wood chronicled the fall of the Main Line drug ring, which was so conspicuous it began to crumble not two months after it began.
Brooks’ lawyer told the Inquirer his client “truly regrets the poor decisions he’s made.”