Neil Scott had nothing to say in court today after pleading guilty to several counts of possession with intent to deliver, running a “corrupt organization,” and conspiracy.
Timothy Brooks (left photo) pleaded guilty to five counts including possession with intent to distribute, criminal conspiracy, and running a “corrupt organization.”
It was created by eleven students in Temple University’s “Urban Apps and Maps” program.
One of the keys to dealing with drug use in adolescents is to understand that the problem is prevalent across all social classes. No class is immune to addiction.
According to officials, 25-year-old Neil Scott and 18-year-old Timothy Brooks were running the operation and grooming others to help distribute their product at high schools and colleges.
Matt Galambos doesn’t really consider himself anything miraculous. He was too young to realize the tattered world around him. When portly Matt would plunk himself down on the sofa and eat junk food all day watching TV. When he stayed up as long as he wanted. When he did whatever he wanted.
State senator Tony Williams defends the program as similar to the GI Bill, but some of his Harrisburg colleagues see it as improperly favoring closed groups.
It was a decision that had to be made, and Matt Galambos, Haverford School’s 6-2, 225-pound senior linebacker, is happy that he made it when he did.
The first glimpse of him in the Haverford School (Haverford, PA) gym stirred chants of “Tao, Tao, Tao.”
The good news is her son is alive, but trying to bring him home to the US is a significant challenge.
A special kind of Nutcracker created just for kids is being performed this weekend by the Rock School of Dance Education of the Pennsylvania Ballet.