Brockton Man Arrested for Operating Mobile Marijuana Dispensary on Route 95 – Hoodline

In the wee hours of last Saturday morning, the Massachusetts State Police pulled over a car that turned out to be a mobile marijuana dispensary on wheels. Just before 2AM, Trooper William Rolls spotted a Chevrolet Spark with an expired inspection sticker cruising down Route 95 in Canton, prompting a routine stop that escalated quickly. According to a report by the Massachusetts State Police, when Rolls ran a check on the hatchback, it triggered red flags for both the vehicle and its driver, ALEXANDRE MACKENS, 25, of Brockton.

A subsequent inspection of MACKENS’ license revealed that it was suspended, further complicating the stop. As Trooper Rolls engaged with MACKENS, a strong scent of marijuana smoke permeated from the car’s interior, stoking suspicion and paving the way for a vehicle search. Trooper Andrew Freitas, who had arrived to assist, noticed drug paraphernalia on the passenger floorboard—a tray with scissors and rolling paper lying in plain view.

The search conducted by the troopers led to vaping paraphernalia, THC oil, loose cash, and a startling find of over six pounds of packaged marijuana. MACKENS was promptly arrested and read his Miranda rights. The troopers’ discovery signposted a larger issue—a not-so-clandestine operation hidden beneath the

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