QUINCY (CBS) — Police busted a marijuana delivery service run from a Quincy man’s home that they say was generating $10,000 in business per week.
Police arrested Ray Crowell on Thursday after executing a search warrant, accusing him of running a pot delivery service from his 34 Oval Road home. Crowell allegedly brought marijuana and marijuana products like edibles to buyers’ homes from his $60,000 stash in Quincy.
When he was arrested, Police say Crowell had marijuana and THC oil at his home, along with $4,000.
Quincy police spent two months watching the suspect’s house after getting tips from neighbors and informants.
Photos from Crowell’s alleged stash show various products, including labeled bottles and “fruit krispie” edibles.
Crowell’s business is called Boston’s Best Buds and his website says he delivers all over the state if you have a medical marijuana card. He wasn’t home when WBZ stopped by Friday, but his site says, “Spent all day in jail. Inventory temporarely [sic] seized. Things should be back to normal within the week.”
Crowell, 33, is charged with Distribution Class D (marijuana), Distribution Class C (THC oil), Possession with Intent to Distribute Class D, Possession with Intent to Distribute Class C (THC oil), Manufacturing Class C (THC oil), and Cultivating Class D (marijuana).
Crowell will be arraigned in District Court on Monday.