Harrison David, Columbia Dealer in Operation Ivy League, Gets Six Months for Guilty Plea

One of the drug dealing frat boys busted at Columbia University late last year pleaded guilty today to the criminal sale of a controlled substance, accepting felony charges in exchange for light sentencing. Now he's off with just six months in jail and five years probation, though the felony charge will tar his record, much to the chagrin of the Ivy League school he's still suspended from. With time served, he'll likely only do three-and-a-half more months behind bars. David, 20, sold cocaine to an undercover cop (who was later arrested himself), making him the only of his cronies -- including the still plea deal-less Christopher Coles, Adam Klein, Jose Stephan Perez and Michael Wymbs -- to get busted moving coke, while the others worked with marijuana, LSD and MDMA. David was reportedly the main target of the investigation, and told a detective, "Why do you think I have to do this shit? He [my father] won't pay my tuition." [DNA Info]

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