Andree Kehn | AP
By Callie Ferguson, BDN Staff
August 28, 2018 1:11 pm

A fourth man has been charged in connection with a marijuana trafficking ring that federal authorities claim sold hundreds of pounds of pot in an operation based in the Lewiston-Auburn area.

Andrew Waite, 29, of Turner was indicted on federal drug trafficking and illegal firearms charges for his alleged role in the conspiracy, after agents found guns, a Ferrari and at least 100 pounds of pot during a February raid, according to a criminal complaint filed in Portland federal court.

[Feds seize 110 lbs of pot during raids of alleged Maine trafficking ring]

His Nezinscot Drive home was one of several properties raided in February, when federal agents executed 20 search warrants in the Lewiston-Auburn area during an operation to bust a ring of dealers who allegedly used Maine’s Medical Marijuana program as a cover to illegally grow and sell the drug outside of Maine, according to the complaint. Three other men have been arrested.

During the Feb. 28 raid on Waite’s home, agents found seven boxes what

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