An alleged player in a sophisticated high school drug ring on Philadelphia's Main Line will be arraigned on charges he sold illicit substances.
Daniel McGrath, 18, is one of nine alleged "sub-dealers" who prosecutors say sold drugs to teens as part of the Main Line Drug Take Over Project. The ring, helmed by prep school educated Neil Scott and Timothy Brooks, sold marijuana, hash oil, cocaine and MDMA at several swanky high schools and local colleges, according to prosecutors.
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McGrath allegedly sold drugs at the private prep school The Haverford School, which is also the alma mater of Scott and Brooks.
The teen is expected to be arraigned on a bevy of charges -- including Corrupt Organizations, Conspiracy, Possession of Drugs With the Intent to Deliver -- inside a Montgomery County courtroom on Wednesday morning.
His alleged co-sub dealers have all waived their arraignments and are scheduled for a court appearance on July 30.