Philly Lax Bros Busted For Selling Weed, Coke, and MDMA to High School Kids
Classic post-grad lax Bro behavior. Neil Scott and Timothy Brooks, who played lacrosse at Main Line Philadelphia’s The Haverford School, were busted for allegedly running a drug ring that funneled weed, cocaine, and ecstasy into suburban Philadelphia high schools, as well as WASPY colleges known for their lacrosse programs. Via Philadelphia’s NBC 10:
The schools involved were the private Haverford School and public high schools Lower Merion High School and Harriton High School in Lower Merion Township, Pa., Conestoga High School in Tredyffrin Twp., Pa., Radnor High School in Radnor, Pa., as well as Gettysburg, Lafayette and Haverford colleges.
Here are details of their operation, from the authorities:
Scott, 25, and Brooks, 18, employed “sub-dealers” at five Main Line high schools and three area colleges who would sell marijuana, hash oil, cocaine and MDMA, a drug commonly known as Ecstasy, Ferman said. Authorities confiscated drugs, cash and guns in a sweep related to the operation, which officials said had been running for the past couple of months, officials said.
Apparently they were receiving shipments from California to their parents place.
According to a 100-page criminal complaint obtained by NBC10.com, Scott received bulk shipments of marijuana from California to his apartment in Haverford, Pa. Drugs would also be sent to his parent’s home in Paoli and Brooks’ home in Villanova, according to the complaint.
Lax Bros — If they can’t make it on Wall Street, might as well live a home for a few years, relive the glory days, ah? It’s the Brantford Winstonworth/Bert the Broker circle of life…
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