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Grandma Busted For Dealing Weed, Hash And Mushrooms Claims She Did It To Support Her Grandkids

Candace Kelly was first busted for selling pot out of her Sarver, Pennsylvania home last fall. She wasn’t busted with just a few ounces, however. She was busted with 64 pounds of marijuana, approximately 2 pounds of hashish, and another 2 pounds of ‘magic’ mushrooms in her home. Police also found nearly $400,000 in cash stashed in the house. After problems surfaced with the search warrant, police dropped the charges.

A Grand Jury investigation ensued, and 65-year-old Kelly was charged once again in January of this year.

Kelly pleaded guilty this week, stating that she had sold as much as 100 pounds of marijuana a year from her home for over four years. There was no plea agreement with prosecutors. Kelly reportedly agreed to forfeit approximately $393,000 of the money that was taken from her home.

A grandmother to five children, Kelly has claimed that she sold the pot in order to help raise those five kids after they were orphaned when her daughter died.

Kelly is free in lieu of $100,000 bond, as the judge did not consider her to be a flight risk. Her sentencing hearing is scheduled for November 10. She faces up to 10 years in prison.

KDKA brings us this report, which also elaborates on some of the problems when the police initially arrived with the search warrant.

Read more:
Buffalo Township grandma pleads guilty to selling hundreds of pounds of weed (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
Pa. woman said she sold marijuana to help raise grandchildren (The Patriot-News)
Grandma Accused Of Dealing Drugs, Family Says Police Threatened To Tase Them (KDKA)
Pennsylvania grandma sold hundreds of pounds of pot … to raise her grandkids (NY Daily News)

Man, 44, found dead at Henderson homeless camp

By Pashtana Usufzy (contact)

Friday, Oct. 24, 2014 | 1:53 p.m.

Detectives are investigating the death of a 44-year-old man whose body was found Thursday night at a Henderson homeless camp where he was staying, police said.

The body was found about 7:30 p.m by two acquaintances of the man at the camp in the desert near Lake Mead Parkway and Warm Springs Road, Henderson Police said. He appears to have died from blunt-force trauma, police said.

An autopsy will be conducted by the Clark County Coroner’s Office, which will determine the cause of death and release the man’s name once his family has been notified, officials said.

Henderson Police ask that anyone with information call police at 702-267-4750 or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or online at crimestoppersofnv.com.

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