Keeping Boston Safe: Officers Arrest Man Selling THC Products and Pills out of His Truck in South Boston

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At about 5:30 PM on Wednesday, January 31, 2017, officers assigned to the District C-6 (South Boston) Neighborhood Drug Control Unit was conducting an ongoing drug investigation in the area of 270 O’Callaghan Way when they made a stop a pickup truck and its operator. As a result of the stop, officers seized the following:

1) Approximately 4 pounds of marijuana
2) 223 vials of liquid THC
3) 162 vials containing 4 edible THC gummies
4) $2640 US currency
5) Various prescription medications packaged for distribution, including Adderall, Alprozolam, and Diazapam
6) 216 packaged and pre-rolled THC cigars
7) 34 tins containing THC chocolate bars
8) Numerous chocolate chip cookies/Rice Crispy bars containing THC packaged for distribution
9) Scales, packaging materials, and various smoking paraphernalia 

Officers arrested Daniel Lincoln, 38, of Revere and charged him with Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B, Class C, and Class D Drugs.

Said Commissioner Evans, “Even with changes to the laws, we are still seeing these drugs being sold illegally on the streets. THC and marijuana pose a risk to buyers who don’t know exactly what they’re getting, and firearms and weapons are often involved. Due to the public safety risks that come with the illicit sale of THC and marijuana, my officers will continue to work to take these drugs off the streets in efforts to keep Boston safe.”