Former Watertown Town Councilman Thomas "Gus' Bailey is facing additional charges for money laundering in connection with the marijuana growing operation he and several others are accused of running, according to federal court documents.
Bailey now faces a new charge of laundering the proceeds of the marijuana operation, according to court documents. His ex-wife, Barbara Waldman, is facing the same charge along two other defendants, Matthew Fox and Nicole Coman. Eric Falzon, of Newton, and Clay Gollobin, of Brookline residents, also face charges in the pot-growing operation.
Waldman is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday, July 13, at 1:30 p.m. at the federal courthouse in Boston. Coman and Fox are scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday, July 19, at 2 p.m. at the same courthouse, according to court records.
In total, Bailey, Falzon, Gollobin, Coman and Fox now each face charges of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute marijuana. Bailey also faces an additional charge of distributing marijuana.
Bailey, Coman and Waldman each faces one count of conspiracy to committ money laundering.