Christian Euhler, a Lafayette College student who was part of a drug ring, entered guilty pleas in Montgomery County Wednesday to three misdemeanor charges possession of marijuana, receiving marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Euhler's sentencing will be scheduled at a later date.

John Rosemann, another student from the Easton college who was arrested as part of the drug ring, is scheduled for trial Sept. 29.

Euler and John Roseman are among 11 people arrested in April, in what the Montgomery County district attorney called a massive drug bust.

The two men were charged with being drug sub-dealers in the  so-called "Main Line Takeover Project."  The drug ring spanned six counties, including three colleges and five high schools.