A so-called Kingpin Granny was caught selling opioids and other prescription pills from her Tennessee home.
Police officers in the Decatur County area conducted an extensive investigation of the grandmother before arresting her.
Betty Jean Jordan, 75, is accused of selling hundreds of pills, such as morphine, oxycodone, and Xanax, reported Fox17.
Detectives said they found more than 1,000 pills inside her home along with $12,000 in cash and assets after they served a search warrant, reported WMCA.
Jordan was charged with three counts of drug manufacturing, delivery, sale, or possession.
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She was also charged with two counts of possession of a legend drug (approved by the FDA) with intent to distribute, and one count of evading arrest.
The Decatur County Sheriff’s Office said it expects more arrests to follow as the investigation ramps up.