Prep School Graduates Allegedly Mastermind Drug Trafficking Ring

Neil Scott, 25, and Timothy Brooks, 18, are accused of selling drugs in an affluent Philadelphia neighborhood.
2:04 | 04/22/14

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Now, to the two prep school grads and former lacrosse players, accused of masterminding a major drug ring, running it out of their $35,000 elite, private school. And they are charged with selling cocaine, ecstasy and other drugs in the richest areas of Philadelphia. John muller has the story. Reporter: They're the duo some are calling the prep school perps. Arraigned Monday after allegedly trying to establish an monopoly on drug sales in the main line in Philadelphia. Local residents are stunned. None of us on the block had any idea any of this was propping. Reporter: A four-month investigation, alleging that the pair supplied marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy and other drugs to sub dealers recruited from three colleges and five area high schools. Including the $35,000 a year haverford school. They used the social media to grow their market. The tragedy is instead of putting the skills they might have into a traditional business or a legal enterprise, they were using it for all of this. Reporter: Police raided a number of locations where the duo allegedly ran their operation. On one day alone, seizing eight pounds of marijuana, $11,000 cash and weapons. And several books on famous drug empires. So far, six suspects who allegedly worked underneath Scott and brooks have been arrested on drug charges, including a current student at the haverford school. This morning, Scott is being held on $1 million bail. The main concern for him is how the mandatory minimums are going to operate, if he's qualiguilty of the offenses. Reporter: Brooks has been released after his parents posted bail. He was involved in this conspiracy for a short period of time. He was only 18 years old. And he was a very susceptible low point in his life. Reporter: For "Good morning America," John muller, ABC news, New York.

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