RICHMOND — An ice cream truck driver is facing charges in Maine after police say they found marijuana on his truck while he was making his rounds.

Richmond Police Chief Scott MacMaster says an officer stopped the truck at about 11 a.m. Saturday after a resident called to report a suspicious ice cream truck was traveling in a neighborhood without any children.

MacMaster told The Times Record that the officer smelled marijuana when he pulled over the truck as it was about to turn into Richmond High School.

The driver, 24-year-old Travis Wilson of Gardiner, was issued a summons for marijuana possession.


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