Boston man nabbed with over 40 pounds of marijuana in Auburn bust

November 10th, 2014 by admin Leave a reply »

AUBURN, Maine — A Boston man was arrested Saturday night after a traffic stop led to a drug bust on Washington Street, according to police.

Oleg Spektorov, 29, had been pulled over due to a broken tail light, according to a statement from Auburn police.

During the traffic stop, police sensed a heavy odor of marijuana coming from Spektorov’s vehicle, and a subsequent search turned up over 40 pounds of pot, according to the statement.

Spektorov claimed that he was a medical marijuana caregiver, but could not explain why he had so much contraband in his car. Along with the drugs, a small amount of hashish oil and items used to manufacture it were seized.

Spektorov was charged with aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs and unlawful possession of a Schedule X drug and taken to Androscoggin County. He was later released on $25,000 cash bail.


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  1. Ms. Meds says:

    claiming your a caregiver when you are not is the lowest form of “pot crimes” and should be a felony in itself…. This Oleg Spektorov is a lowlife dealer and thats it.