By Brad Segall
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Another man busted earlier this year for being part of what prosecutors call a “preppie drug ring” has admitted his role in the crime.
Prosecutors say Christian Euler was one of the sub-dealers, getting his drugs from Neil Scott and then selling them on the campus of Lafayette College, in Easton, Pa., where he was a student.
The 23-year-old Lower Merion man pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drug offenses and, according to prosecutors, could spend up to nine months behind bars on the lead charge.
Prosecutor Jason Whalley says Euler had little to say in court today.
“He admitted to the facts we alleged in the record and pled guilty, accepting responsibility for his illegal conduct,” Whalley said.
Euler becomes the fifth defendant to plead guilty. Prosecutors say Scott and Timothy Brooks had eyes on supplying all of the marijuana along the Main Line, hiring the sub-dealers to peddle pot and other drugs at five area high schools along the Main Line and three colleges.