Quincy man charged, accused of running marijuana delivery service

QUINCY, MASS. (WHDH) - Quincy Police raided a home Thursday and busted a man’s alleged marijuana delivery service, which they said generated thousands of dollars each week.

Following a months-long investigation into the illegal sale of marijuana products, police executed a search warrant at 34 Oval Rd. and arrested 33-year-old Ray Crowell.

Police said Crowell was selling an array of products, generating about $10,000 in revenue each week.

While voters approved legalizing the possession of limited amounts of marijuana last year, the rules for the sale and delivery of marijuana are still being worked out.

Investigators said they seized about $60,000 in marijuana-laced food from Crowell’s home, requiring a van to haul it all away. The inventory included gummy bears, lollipops, chocolate and cereal bars, all laced with marijuana. They said $4,000 in cash was also taken.

Crowell faces charges of distributing marijuana, distributing THC oil, manufacturing THC oil and cultivating marijuana, among other charges.


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