‘Grandma Stinker’ Charged With Drug Dealing

WRKO: An Indiana woman is facing drug charges after receiving a shipment of weed from her son in the mail. 58-year-old Debra Ferguson was allegedly sent a pound-and-a-half of the sticky-icky from her son in California in a package addressed to “Grandma Stinker.”

Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department

Authorities obtained a search warrant for Grandma Stinker’s home and found several different narcotics there packaged for delivery, including methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, packaging supplies, cell phones and some cash. See more

25 Comments on ‘Grandma Stinker’ Charged With Drug Dealing

  1. 58?! In dog years?!

    I mean, sweet merciful Zeus. I’m turning 55 next month and I look like friggin’ Charlize Theron compared to that gremlin.




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  2. I think I told this story here before but it’s worth repeating. I went into the Sheriffs Office last November to pick up my CCW renewal and in line in front of me was this little old lady that I swear was 80. She tells the sheriff behind the desk she’s there for her detectives interview for her initial permit. The guy says “Mrs. Oldlady, are you aware you have an open felony arrest warrant?”. My initial reaction was, that’s pretty damn funny. Nope, they had a detective come in and take her away.




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  3. Looks like she combed her hair before her photo op. I picture her at home with a mustard stained floral housecoat, dingey bra strap hanging off one shoulder, nicotine stained dirty fingernails, and a phlegm cough.




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  4. LOOKS LIKE ONE OF THOSE CARNIVAL CUTOUTS THAT YOU STICK YOUR HEAD THRU AND HAVE SOMEBODY SNAP YOUR PHOTO!!!




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  5. Well Engelburka, she probably does have the phlegm cough along with an Old Crow and Lucky Strike froggy voice that the picture doesn’t let us “enjoy”…




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  6. First thought: South Park – Mr. Mackey “Ah, drugs are bad, uh mmm.”

    Gotta be a cartoon.




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  7. @Bad_Brad: Here’s a story along the same lines that you might appreciate. The company where I used to work had an out-of-town location for one of their departments which just happened to be in the same building as a DEA office. The DEA needed some work done inside their secure area and they knew my company had its own maintenance people, so they called up and asked if we could help. My company said sure, and they sent one of our newer maintenance guys (he had been there around 6 months or so) up to help them out.

    The DEA guys met him at the door, told him what they needed done, and said he could come back the next day to do the work. When he came back the next day they invited him into the secure area and arrested him.

    It seems the day before they had taken his picture and run it through their network to see if he was wanted for any reason and he was.




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  8. Rat Fink, you have a point there…

    PHenry, inquiring minds want to know! Too bad we have a serious shortage of real journalists willing to get answers to the tough questions!




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