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

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Bags of heroin seized by the Thai narcotic police department are seen on display before being incinerated in Ayutthaya on September 17, 2011. Yingluck Shinawatra has announced the government will begin an urgent anti-drugs campaign.  AFP PHOTO / Nicolas ASFOURI (Photo credit should read NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)
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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."