Adorable Great-Grandma Helped Son-in-law Run Drug Ring From Harlem Apartment

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Known as "Mama Dot" on police wiretaps and to members of the “Kings of Dust" drug ring, 72-year-old retired nurse Doris Smith will serve no less than five years in jail for aiding the PCP, cocaine, and heroin gang, the Post reports. A grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of one, Smith (pictured here) was arrested in January and on Wednesday pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to distribute drugs. She served as a lookout for police at the East Harlem co-op she presided over and allowed her kingpin son-in-law Lamont "Big Bro" Moultrie and his brother Bernard"Little Bro" Moultrie and many others use her building's basement (dubbed "The Office") to store a massive supply of drugs. "She tried to deflect the police," the judge said of Smith. "I'm not reducing it one iota."