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Alleged Drug Ring Dealers Waive Hearings

All are accused of being subdealers for a Main Line drug ring run by two Haverford School graduates.

Willow Lynn Orr, 22, of Philadelphia  (Photo courtesy of the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office)
Willow Lynn Orr, 22, of Philadelphia (Photo courtesy of the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office)
Some of the alleged subdealers of the Main Line drug ring have waived their rights to preliminary hearings.

Appearing in district court in Ardmore on Tuesday were Daniel Robert McGrath, 18, of Glenolden; Christian Stockton Euler, 23, of Villanova; Reid Cohen, 18, of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Willow Lynn Orr, 22, of Philadelphia; and Dominic Vincent Curcio, 29, of Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. All waived their rights to preliminary hearings before district Judge Kathleen Valentine; formal arraignments will be scheduled in the Court of Common Pleas next month, the Inquirer said.

All are accused of being subdealers for a Main Line drug ring run by two Haverford School graduates, Neil K. Scott, 25, of Haverford and Timothy C. Brooks, 18, of Villanova.

Scott and Brooks were arrested last month. The two employed high school students at Lower Merion, Harriton, Radnor and Conestoga high schools as dealers in their drug ring, Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman said at the time. Additionally, they employed college students at Haverford, Gettysburg and Lafayette colleges.

Scott already has waived his rights to a preliminary hearing, the Inquirer said. Proceedings Brooks were postponed on Tuesday at the request of Brooks' attorney, the Inquirer said.   

Two 17-year-olds also were arrested in April in connection with the case; their cases are being handled by juvenile courts.

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