PARSONS, Tennessee -- A 75-year-old woman is accused of dealing drugs and being the "go-to person" for nearly 20 years before being caught.
"If you wanted strong painkillers and things like that, she was the go-to person," Decatur County Sheriff Keith Byrd told WREG.
Betty Jordan was charged with three counts of drug manufacturing/delivery/sale/possession and three counts of drug possession for "opioids, heroin, morphine and different things."
WREG reported that officers recovered Oxycodone, Xanex and $12,000 in cash from Jordan's home.
Jordan uses a walker and wheelchair to get around, officials said.
She is out on a $50,000 bond and is currently hospitalized.
The sheriff expects more arrests in the case.
Drug dealing grandma: 75-year-old accused of being 'go-to' person for drugs
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