State Police and Worcester Police Arrest Worcester Man For Distribution Of Methamphetamine

By Tiffany Williams –

Over the past couple of months, Worcester Police with the Massachusetts State Police and the DEA have been conducting and undercover operation involving a drug trafficking organization.

State Police say that this drug trafficking organization has been selling counterfeit Adderall which is suspected to be methamphetamine, counterfeit oxycodone which is suspected to be fentanyl, counterfeit Xanax which is suspected to be Etizolam, cocaine, MDMA, and marijuana.

During this investigation, State Police say that Wallace Maina, of 29 Arrowsic St. in Worcester was identified during their investigation as a target of their investigation after he posted images online promoting the sale of illegal drugs, including counterfeit Adderall.

Maina, state police say, also posted images of himself handling firearms. Based of their investigation, a federal search warrant was obtained for Maina and his residence.

That search warrant executed on Monday morning at of 29 Arrowsic St. While executing that search warrant, State Police say that they recovered several counterfeit Adderall pills suspected to be methamphetamine.

Maina, who is currently on GPS home confinement, was arrested and arraigned at Worcester District Court for possession with intent to distribute a class B drug.

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