Clem Murray/AP

Clem Murray/AP

This will not look good on their college applications.

Two prep school students were arrested and charged with operating a massive drug ring.

Clem Murray/AP

Clem Murray/AP

 

Neil K. Scott, 25, and Timothy R. Brooks, 18 attended the prestigious Harvard School in Philadelphia reportedly used ties to the prep school athletics to push large amounts of pot, cocaine, hash oil and ecstasy through sub-dealers at five local high schools and three colleges.

Authorities revealed that Scott and Brooks had set the bar for sub-dealers to move at least a pound of marijuana each week, luring in customers with low prices and drugs on credit. According to the NY Daily News, police seized “8 pounds of marijuana, 3 grams of hash oil, 23 grams of cocaine, 11 grams of MDMA, more than $11,000 in cash, a loaded AR-15 assault rifle, a loaded 9mm pistol, gun ammunition, eight cellphones and two cars.”

Scott formerly worked at a marijuana dispensary in San Diego and had large quantities sent across the country, selling to customers ranging in ages from 15 to 55. He is currently locked up on a $1 million bail while awaiting trial.

Source: NY Daily News