Main Line Drug Dealer Timothy Brooks Sentenced to Jail

But he's eligible for work release in just three months.

On Monday in Montgomery County Court, Judge Steven O’Neill sentenced Villanova’s Timothy Brooks to nine to 23 months in county jail and five years probation for his role as one of two ringleaders in the so-called “Main Line Takeover Project,” which dealt drugs to fancy suburban schools.

In October, Brooks, now 19, pleaded guilty to five of 13 charges, six months after he was arrested along with fellow kingpin Neil Scott, who was sentenced to five to 15 years in state prison.

Scott and Brooks were incriminated by, among other things, their infamous text messages to each other, sub-dealers and prospective customers.

Police found a pound of marijuana in Brooks’ family home on Cedar Lane in Villanova when they searched it. Searches at other locations yielded several more pounds of marijuana, hash oil, cocaine, ecstasy and a loaded AR-15 assault rifle.

Brooks graduated from the prestigious Haverford School in 2013. He is eligible for work release in three months.

Previously: The Fall of the Main Line Drug Ring