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Pembroke grandmother admits to role in drug dealing operation that stretched from Florida to WNY

Geraldine Horsefall
(photo from NYSP)

A Pembroke grandmother portrayed by state officials as a leader of a significant drug ring that sold cocaine and pills in a three-county area, including Genesee County, entered guilty pleas to two felony counts in a Buffalo court today.

Geraldine Horsefall faces a possible seven year jail sentence after admitting to criminal possession of a controlled substance, 5th, and criminal possession of a controlled substance, 3rd.

Another person arrested as part of the months-long, multi-agency law enforcement investigation, Michelle King, entered a guilty plea to criminal sale of a controlled substance, 4th. She is facing a possible judicial diversion sentence.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the break up of the drug ring Jan. 28 in Buffalo.

Schneiderman said Horsefall's operation moved a significant amount of cocaine, which was transported by couriers from Florida to WNY in the soles of tennis shoes.

King was accused of providing pills from a doctor's office where she worked to the drug ring.

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Not a productive member of society.... just my opinion....

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Is this the lady from the post a few weeks back in Oakfield on Farnsworth Ave? Or related incident? Still wondering who's house on my street had meth being shipped to it....

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It is my understanding that this individual and her son are well known to the local law enforcement agencies.

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Not the one

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lol I love pis...err...offending the hoity toities.

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