Police say man made $10K a week making marijuana edibles and running illegal delivery service from his house

Quincy police say a resident was making $10,000 a week, manufacturing marijuana products and illegally selling them from his home.

Police watched the house at 34 Oval Road for months, they said, and executed a search warrant on Thursday.

Inside the home, police said they discovered that Ray Crowell was operating a marijuana delivery service that generated about $10,000 in business each week.

During the search, police said they found $60,000 worth of products used in the sale of marijuana and to make edible marijuana products.

Police also seized more than $4,000 in cash.

Crowell, 33, is being charged with distribution of a Class D drug (marijuana); distribution of a Class C drug (THC oil); possession with intent to distribute a Class D drug; possession with intent to distribute a Class C drug (THC oil); manufacturing a Class C drug (THC oil); and cultivating a Class D drug (marijuana).

Though marijuana is legal in Massachusetts, ... read more at: http://www.masslive.com/news/worcester/index.ssf/2017/01/quincy_police_say_man_made_edi.html

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