A 33-year-old Quincy man accused of running a $10,000-a-week marijuana delivery service out of his house was nabbed earlier this week with about $60,000 worth of pot, THC oil and gummy weed edibles, cops say.
Ray Crowell was arrested Thursday following a monthslong investigation by members of the Quincy Police Department’s Drug Control Unit, officials said. Detectives probing the sale of a variety of marijuana products — including candy, plants and oil — arrested Crowell on a slew of drug charges after executing a search warrant at his Oval Road home.
Evidence photos released by the department yesterday highlighted the scale and sophistication of Crowell’s alleged marijuana enterprise.
The pictures showed what appear to be hundreds of pot containers stowed in boxes under more than a dozen neatly organized plastic bins with labels like “Thunder Bud,” “Silver Haze,” “God’s Gift,” “Sweet Tooth,” “Star Killer” and “Chem Dawg.”
Also included was a picture of what