Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The trial of six defendants is set to start in 2013.
A trial start date has been set for several suspects charged in connection with a a marijuana-growing operating in Waltham, according to federal court records. The jury trial of Thomas Bailey, Clay Gollobin, Eric Falzon, Barbara Waldman, Mary Coman and Matthew Fox is set to begin on May 5, 2013, according to federal court records. Authorities say Gollobin, Falzon and Bailey were operating a large pot-growing operation at a Waltham warehouse. Prosecutors say Waldman, Coman and Fox were involved in laundering financial proceeds from the operation. The court date does not guarantee the case will actually go to trial, but is the first step in the process. The defendants could change their pleas to guilty and forgo a trial. A status report on …
Thursday, January 26, 2012
New affidavit reveals details on alleged pot growing operation.
He described himself as a business consultant on his tax forms, but a newly-released affadavit reveals that Thomas “Gus’ Bailey went to great lengths to hide his alleged marijuana operation. The affidavit, filed in the U.S. District Court in Boston by Framingham Police Officer Matthew Gutwill who was working with Drug Enforcement Administration, reveals many more details about Bailey’s alleged growing operation. Bailey, of Watertown, Eric Falzon, of Newton and Clay Gollobin of Brookline, face federal charges for allegedly growing marijuana in a warehouse in Waltham. Police arrested the trio in October and raided the warehouse. The trio was scheduled to be in court on Wednesday, Jan. 25 and their next hearing will be on March 27. During …
Sunday, December 18, 2011
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Three men accused of running a marijuana-growing operation in Waltham are now facing federal charges. Waltham Police identified the victim of a recent motorcycle crash as a Waltham man. The City Council officially accepted the withdrawl of the proposed Wings Over eatery. City Council President Paul Brasco _was hospitalized after having chest pains during a Council meeting._
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Waltham Police arrested Thomas "Gus" Bailey and two others after finding them in a warehouse full of marijuana plants on Wednesday.
Former Watertown Town Councilor Thomas “Gus” Bailey was arrested Wednesday night after a Waltham warehouse filled with marijuana plants was raided by Waltham Police. Bailey, 49, and two co-defendants — Clay Gollibin, 42, of Brookline and Eric Falzon, 43, of Newton — were arraigned in Waltham District Court today, Oct. 20, on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, conspiracy to violate drug laws and trafficking marijuana. Bailey is being held on $1 million bail, and Gollibin is being held on $100,000 bail, set by District Court Judge Tobin Harvey. Falzon’s attorney was not at the hearing, so the bail was set. Waltham Police raided what appeared to be an empty warehouse at 269 Lexington St. in Waltham Wednesday night. …