SUDBURY – The resident of a Boston Post Road apartment where police found a quarter of million dollars’ worth of marijuana and THC edibles has yet to be charged.
Police Chief Scott Nix said Monday the man will be charged in connection with the case, which remains under investigation. His name will not be released until charges are pressed.
On Thursday around 7 p.m., police went to the parking lot of an apartment complex of 655 Boston Post Road for a report of someone with a gun. The gun, police said, turned out to be a replica pellet gun.
However, police looked inside the car of the person carrying the gun and saw a large amount of marijuana and edibles. Police arrested the owner of the car, Miguel Teo, 23, of Colorado. He was with two other people.
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