edna hay....seriously mob boss

edna hay....seriously mob boss

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wondering

Ottawa, KS

#1 Jan 10, 2013
Think she was a amazing women who got mixed in the wrong thing and the extra money was hard to resist. What do you think?
ashland

Broken Arrow, OK

#2 Jan 10, 2013
wondering wrote:
Think she was a amazing women who got mixed in the wrong thing and the extra money was hard to resist. What do you think?
Is she still in jail whatever happened with all that???
stupid crap

Ottawa, KS

#3 Jan 10, 2013
From what I heard they all pleaded guilty.
Welllll

Ashland, KY

#4 Jan 10, 2013
Mob boss?
wondering

Ottawa, KS

#5 Jan 11, 2013
That's what wsaz called her.
Whatever

Whitney, TX

#6 Jan 11, 2013
They said nothing about Mob Boss ,please, they said "was the boss of an organized criminal syndicate". That means; "organized crime
1. Widespread criminal activities, that occur within a centrally controlled formal structure.
2. The people and the groups involved in such criminal activities.

syndicate;
An association of people or firms formed to engage in an enterprise or promote a common interest.
wondering

Ottawa, KS

#7 Jan 11, 2013
Whatever wrote:
They said nothing about Mob Boss ,please, they said "was the boss of an organized criminal syndicate". That means; "organized crime
1. Widespread criminal activities, that occur within a centrally controlled formal structure.
2. The people and the groups involved in such criminal activities.
syndicate;
An association of people or firms formed to engage in an enterprise or promote a common interest.
GUESS U CANT READ!

UPDATE: 5/18/12 @ 11:53 p.m. GREENUP, Ky.(WSAZ)-- Pillbillies will do anything for a dollar.

That's what police and prosecutors in Greenup County said last month when they shut down what they called a rural crime syndicate, run by an elderly mob boss known as "Granny".

But police say Granny and her crew got out of jail and back into business... until Friday night. This time, they hope to put a real stop to an operation charged with selling drugs and running guns.

Detective Dave Bocook readied the troops to go over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house. But this was not a social call. The Greenup County Sheriff's Department is all business on the trip. They plan to haul in Edna "Granny" Hay and several of her family members.

According to the grand jury, the family members are responsible for felony count after felony count of selling drugs. Several months of undercover work led detectives to the first bust last month.

The product, pills...protected by illegal guns...all surrounded by a load of cash...eventually attracted all this attention.

The Greenup County Sheriff's Department didn't want to take all the credit. Detective Bocook says Kentucky State Police and the FADE drug task force were in on the whole thing.
Whatever

Ashland, KY

#8 Jan 11, 2013
wondering wrote:
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GUESS U CANT READ!
UPDATE: 5/18/12 @ 11:53 p.m. GREENUP, Ky.(WSAZ)-- Pillbillies will do anything for a dollar.
That's what police and prosecutors in Greenup County said last month when they shut down what they called a rural crime syndicate, run by an elderly mob boss known as "Granny".
But police say Granny and her crew got out of jail and back into business... until Friday night. This time, they hope to put a real stop to an operation charged with selling drugs and running guns.
Detective Dave Bocook readied the troops to go over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house. But this was not a social call. The Greenup County Sheriff's Department is all business on the trip. They plan to haul in Edna "Granny" Hay and several of her family members.
According to the grand jury, the family members are responsible for felony count after felony count of selling drugs. Several months of undercover work led detectives to the first bust last month.
The product, pills...protected by illegal guns...all surrounded by a load of cash...eventually attracted all this attention.
The Greenup County Sheriff's Department didn't want to take all the credit. Detective Bocook says Kentucky State Police and the FADE drug task force were in on the whole thing.
WELL..........LOL I didnt see that story, I guess they did. My mistake, sounds funny tho

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