Lakeville Man Charged After State Police Raid His Home
LAKEVILLE — A Lakeville man faces multiple charges after State Police raided his home.
Members of the Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit obtained a search warrant on Friday for a North Precinct Street home in Lakeville. The warrant was the result of an investigation into controlled substances being illegally sold out of the home by 39-year-old Brian Maclay.
Members of the Southeastern Massachusetts Gang Task Force, along with a State Police K-9 Trooper and Lakeville Police Detectives, arrived at the home on Sunday at about 4:35 p.m. and observed Maclay leave in a vehicle. Police pulled Maclay over on Richmond Street and placed him under arrest for operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license. During the traffic stop, police determined Maclay was in possession of suspected cocaine.
A search of the home turned up more suspected cocaine, two pills believed to be the drug Percocet, and paraphernalia consistent with illegal narcotic sales.
Maclay was charged with trafficking in cocaine (more than 200 grams), possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance (cocaine), possession of a Class B substance (Percocet), and operating after suspension.
Maclay is scheduled to be arraigned in Wareham District Court on Monday.