Participants In Main Line Pot Peddling Ring Admit Guilt – Montgomery Life – Montgomery News

Continued… See Full Story Two 17-year-old males, one from Bala Cynwyd and one from Radnor, also were charged in the case and are being prosecuted as juveniles. In January, the countys Narcotics Enforcement Team and Lower Merion police initiated an investigation of a drug trafficking organization targeting area high schools and colleges, according to a criminal complaint filed by county detectives. Detectives discovered, through seized text messages, that Scott and Brooks self-described their drug organization as the Main Line Take Over Project, according to the criminal complaint. Scott allegedly gave Brooks advice about how to profit from selling drugs. Brooks, who was once employed by a local investment firm, made it his goal to take over from existing drug dealers the marijuana business in the affluent Main Line section of the county, according to the criminal complaint. Scott and Brooks recalled their days as students at The Haverford School. They discussed targeting students as customers for their marijuana sales, detectives wrote in the arrest affidavit. Between February and April, evidence of the alleged drug trafficking operation was seized at nine locations in Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Northampton, Adams and Philadelphia counties, including eight pounds of pot, three grams of hash oil, 23 grams of cocaine, 11 grams of Ecstasy, various weapons, including a loaded assault rifle, and cash totaling $11,035, according to the criminal complaint. See Full Story With their clean-cut, fresh-scrubbed appearances, conservative haircuts and attire that included blue blazers, ties and fashionable skirts, members of the so-called Main Line Take Over Project stood out in the court of law where they answered to charges they were part of a pot peddling ring.
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